NHS hospitals serving up the worst food are named and shamed in new league table – so how does YOURS fare?

The dire state of hospital food has been laid bare in a fascinating new league table which ranks every trust.

England’s worst-offending sites — located across Yorkshire and Cheshire — had an approval rate barely above 70 per cent.

The score comes from a survey of patients and staff, who were all asked to rank the offerings on a range of different factors.

This included the choice of food available, how it tasted, its serving temperature and whether 24-hour availability was possible.

MailOnline has collated all the data into an easy-to-read table below, allowing you to see how your hospital fared.

The rankings marks the first time the data has been released by NHS Digital in three years owing to the pandemic. Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust scored lowest with an approval rating of just 71.67 per cent. In second from bottom, the Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust scored 73.53 per cent. York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Founda