Campaigners are calling for standards of hospital food to be regulated across England by introducing the same control that is in place in schools and prisons.
It follows news that hospital chiefs have been giving themselves the the highest possible rating for their food, despite figures being put forward by an independent Care Quality Commission survey which showed half of patients were dissatisfied with hospital food.
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