A campaigner from Bath says government plans to improve food in hospitals don't go far enough.
Mark Sparrow spent 10 weeks in hospital documenting his experience and ever since has campaigned to change things. Now new rules are being brought in and hospitals that don't meet the standards could be fined and publically named and shamed.
Hospitals across the West will be expected to comply with new food standards, the government has announced.
A report by the Hospital Food Standards Panel, led by Dianne Jeffrey, Chairman of Age UK, is recommending five legally-binding food standards for the NHS, which has worked with royal colleges and nutritional experts to come up with the new rules. It comes after recent criticism of food standards at Southmead Hospital in Bristol.
There were traffic tailbacks for several miles around Frome today as almost 20 thousand people turned out for the town's annual Cheese and agricultural show. Apart from the world's most expensive cheeseboard, there was the odd celebrity surprise, as Dave Mason discovered.
A Gloucestershire food producer has won a major contract to provide produce for the Olympics. The Severn and Wye fish smokery is just one of the businesses in our region which will benefit from trade generated by the games as Ken Goodwin reports.