Aramark plans to stop serving meals at Florida prisons in January, reports the St. Petersburg Times. Brought in seven years ago to manage the previously self-operated foodservice in the state’s prisons, Aramark invoked a 120-day termination clause in its contract and will serve its last Florida prison meal on January 9th. It cited rapid rises in food costs and a poor working relationship with the state as the reasons for its action. Aramark had been under fire for a variety of reasons ...
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