What do you think about hospital food?
Bake Off judge Prue Leith is the latest celebrity chef to be recruited in the quest to improve the food hospital patients eat.
The government has launched a review of hospital food, first announced in June, to set new quality standards for the 140 million meals served annually.
Readers have been sending their experiences – both good and bad – to the BBC, while others have shared theirs on social media.
Martin Wilks, 58, from Crosby, says the quality of food at a hospital in Liverpool, where he has received treatment for four years, has “definitely deteriorated”.
“The food is cheaply produced and tasteless,” he says, referencing a lamb and vegetable stew he was served in July.
“I was forced to go and buy