Prison food vs. school lunches: any difference?

School lunch is a lot like prison food, only worse. An infographic created by Good Magazine comparing
the average detention grub with the average elementary school fare shows a very similar tray breakdown.

Both offer a calorie count of around 1400, and both cost little more
than $2.60 per person per day. The big difference, according to their research,
sourced from national statistics, is that prisoners get a little more bang for
the buck.

The average prison meal and the average elementary school
lunch both consist of one bread item, one starch item and one beverage. But kids get an ounce less meat and they’re usually
skimped on either veggies or fruits. Overall prisoners have more options and a
little more heft to their meal.

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