GREAT British Bake Off decider Prue Leith has been hired by Health Secretary Matt Hancock to assistance renovate sanatorium grub.
The TV cook, 79, will advise ministers, NHS bosses and sanatorium chefs on how to urge meals.
It is partial of a package of measures directed during providing “healthier, tastier dishes and larger choice” for patients, visitors and staff.
Mr Hancock will tell sanatorium bosses to stop relying on solidified prepared dishes and pre-packed food and instead use fresh, locally sourced produce.
Earlier this year 6 patients died from bought-in sarnies infested with listeria.
Many hospitals don’t have a staff or comforts to ready uninformed dishes on site.
But Mr Hancock, rising a renovate today, will say: “I’m dynamic that patients suffer a best, many tasty and healthful food to assistance them recover.”
PM Boris Johnson pronounced of a “roots and branch” rethink: “It will safeguard a NHS stays a standard-bearer for healthy choices, as it works unstintingly to urge a nation’s well-being.”
Prue, star of the Channel 4 show famed for a slimy bottoms, said: “A sanatorium dish should be a tiny highlight, a small pleasure and comfort, and it should help, not hinder, recovery.”
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