AFTER fierce industry pushback, pork is back in the budget at the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP), and pork roast is back on federal prison menus.
A pork ban affecting 206,000 federal inmates started Oct. 1 with the government's new fiscal year.
The decision to remove pork was reportedly tied to annual inmate preference surveys that showed that pork products were the most disliked items on the food tray. Cost also was report
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