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Food or punishment? Serving difficult inmates Nutraloaf stirs controversy

6:57 PM, Jan. 17, 2013
Kitchen worker Janet Weber spoons batter into muffin tins to make peanut butter muffins at the Fond du Lac County Jail on Jan. 15. The jail makes an average of 800 meals a day for inmates.
Kitchen worker Janet Weber spoons batter into muffin tins to make peanut butter muffins at the Fond du Lac County Jail on Jan. 15. The jail makes an average of 800 meals a day for inmates.
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Denying an inmate food as punishment is unconstitutional.

Serving them Nutraloaf also might be viewed as punishment, depending on how you view a nutritionally sound - blah-tasting - all-in-one loaf that contains a mixture of lime gelatin powder, dry milk, bread crumbs, cooked meat, cheese, instant potato flakes, carrots, raisins, cooked dry beans, butter and ketchup.

Nutraloaf is on the menu at jails and prisons across the country, including the Fond du Lac and Dodge County jails. ...

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