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Some hospital food gets makeover amid 'failure' claims

More than £50m has been wasted on failed schemes to improve hospital food, according to a report from the food and farming pressure group Sustain.

Its report says compulsory nutritional standards are needed to ensure patient meals improve.

A health minister said patients were being asked to influence menus.

The BBC's John Maguire hears about one patient's bad experience, and visits a hospital taking a different approach to mass catering.

  • 22 Feb 2013
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