More maggots found in food in Aramark prison kitchen

The Michigan Department of Corrections ordered its prison food vendor to throw out all its potatoes at a Jackson-area prison and scrub down the kitchen today after another incident of maggots found in food, an official confirmed.

Chris Gautz, a spokesman for the department, said maggots were discovered among potatoes that food vendor Aramark Correctional Services was preparing for lunch at the G. Robert Cotton Correctional Facility near Jackson.

Prisoners supervised by Aramark were cutting the potatoes when the maggots were spotted, Gautz said.  Read More