‘Pig Slop’ No More? Texas Prisons Detail Plan To Improve Food

A hotdog with a tortilla, a cup of mush and a raw potato.

The Texas prison system has a new goal: Serving slightly more edible food. As part of a long-term strategic plan, the corrections agency aims to do away with the worst of prison fare — the meager and sometimes moldy brown-bag meals served during lockdowns, which occur regularly and can last for weeks.

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