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Año/Year: 2021

Cliente/Client: The Counter

Editorial

Sourced from Inside
Nationwide, hundreds of correctional institutions run some sort of agricultural operation. This series explores where that food winds up.
Written by H. Claire Brown
Art direction by Tricia Vuong

How corporations buy—and sell—food made with prison labor.
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This under-the-radar supply chain routes food from prisons to hospitals, food banks, and even schools.
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“Essential” and exploitable: Prison factories stayed open during the pandemic. People got sick.
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