Prison food is making U.S. inmates disproportionately sick

by H. Claire Brown and Joe Fassler

Photo: Philip Cohen via New Food Economy

According to a recent study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), published in the American Journal of Public Health, correctional inmates are 6.4 times more likely to suffer from a food-related illness than the general population.

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