Sweeping changes to the standards of hospital food "are about good nutrition" to ensure patients have the best chance at a full recovery, a charity has told Good Morning Britain.
Ruth Isden said patients did not expect hospitals to be "five star restaurants" and good quality food "was a really important of their care".
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