THE PROS & CONS OF: Religious diets in prison

Althaus, Christine Berndt
September 2002
FoodService Director;9/15/2002, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p64
Trade Publication
Discusses the implications for food service operators of the practice of food-related religious customs in U.S. prisons. Reasons behind the need for food service operators to accommodate religious requests; Background on laws that support the religious requests of criminals; Information on the meal options provided by food service operators.


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