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“‘Maine is one of the most progressive DOCs in the country, and certainly when it comes to food,’ said Leslie Soble, senior manager for Impact Justice’s Food in Prison program. ‘It’s already at a standard that is higher than pretty much anywhere else in the country.’

In a 2020 survey of former state prison inmates nationwide — undertaken by Impact Justice, a California-based nonprofit prison-reform group — 75 percent of respondents said their meal trays were all too often filled with spoiled food like moldy bread, curdled milk, rotten meat and slimy bagged salad mix.”

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