Nowhere is the momentum to support farm-to-table practices stronger than in corrections. Though many corrections facilities and statewide systems have long managed farms, more effort than ever is being made today to incorporate food grown on the farms into the meals served to inmates, as well as to corrections officers and staff.“Using food grown on the farms offers great potential for controlling costs on food purchases,” said Barbara Wakeen, principal of Correctional Nutrition Consultants ...
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