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To ask the Scottish Government how many outbreaks of food poisoning have been reported by staff on Caledonian MacBrayne vessels in the last three years and what actions were taken as a result.


Answered by Derek Mackay (16/09/2015):

In the last three years there has been one complaint made by a passenger who felt that they had caught food poisoning on board. An investigation by CalMac’s environmental advisor was conducted and it was not confirmed that the source of the food poisoning was from food served on board the vessel.


Current Status: Answered by Derek Mackay on 16/09/2015
 
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