State Offers New $35 Million Prison Food Contract to Trinity Services Group
The state will continue paying Trinity Services Group for its prison food, and to use software while it transitions back to state worker-run kitchens.
It’s a new $35 million contract for the company, expected to get full state administrative board approval next week.
In February, the governor announced another bigger contract with Trinity would not be extended when it expires in July.
That was over problems with staffing levels.
The Department of Corrections says no other company could supply the food on such short notice.