Hospital food standards are being shaken up so that from now on, those in England will be forced to provide better food. They need to provide more water, more fish, and more fruit and vegetables, and use less salt.
Hospitals will then be ranked on the quality of food - but campaigners say the new standards should be legally binding.
ITV News reporter Lucrezia Millarini has the details:
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