Aramark food = cruel and unusual punishment

Food Behind Bars Isn’t Fit for Your Dog | Alternet

“I have seen inmates served bread that has hair on it, luncheon meat that has mold on it, spoiled fruit and food on the trays that have bugs in it … “

via Food Behind Bars Isn't Fit for Your Dog | Alternet.

Without a productive garden, I’d never have lasted through the lean years of underpaying myself to keep my industrial equipment business afloat. What was for dinner was whatever was ripe, and the meals were healthy and delicious.

Every corrections facility should either have a garden and a working kitchen, or stop calling itself a corrections facility. There’s nothing rehabilitative about an Aramark prison food service contract, unless the message is that crime indeed pays, so long as it’s white collar crime.

About Susan Chandler

Now-disabled interior/exterior designer dragged into battling conviction corruption from its periphery in a third personal battle with civil public corruption.
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