During my seven-month stay in a county jail, I experienced a culinary horror show at the hands of Aramark, a private contractor that has been slammed with accusations of serving rotten and maggot-infested food in prisons across the US.
Inmates who spoke with MUNCHIES say they’re underfed, rotten food still lands on their trays, and food quality has dropped.
Claiming that their cafeteria offerings—provided by private contractor Aramark—are "disgusting" and "rotten," students in Chicago Public Schools have started a boycott to fight for their right to a decent, nutritious lunch.
A disagreement over financing comes after the company's allegedly unsanitary and unsafe working conditions made headlines in the state and around the country.
The Kansas City Royals and concessions giant Aramark have been selling some pretty disgusting hot dogs.
Despite Allegations of Starvation, Sex, and Maggots, Ohio Wants to Renew Private Prison Food Contract
Aramark, the largest private prison food contractor in the US, has been fined thousands for infractions in jails, reviving the debate on the economic and human cost of privatization.