Hospital food gets a boost

A great article in the weekends Observer regarding the shameful “food” still served in hospitals up and down the country. A new bill is being considered backed by MP’s, Zac Goldsmith, the Soil Association to name but a few and lets hope this gets passed. It not only means healthy food for convalescing patients but will encourage the use of British farmers and local food which has got to be good for everyone.

If it were not for the goodwill of neighbours friends and families most people would come out of hospital suffering from malnutrition – sadly those without the good fortune of visitors I suspect often do, particularly if you are in hospital for any length of time.

I can’t think of anything more important for a speedy recovery than good wholesome food.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2010/nov/07/bad-food-feeding-hospital-boycott

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