>This is one of those things that had to happen and the only thing to do is to wait it out and see what the court has to say. However, most likely it is one of those things that the court has already spoken to indirectly:
“….U.S. courts have said in the past that prisons have to serve nutritious meals, not pretty ones or those that comply with a prisoner’s idea of home cooking.
Rackleff said meals meet those standards and comply with federal nutrition guidelines…”
However, it is seems impossible to think DOC can feed an inmate on $1.70 a day but then that comes to $47 million a year.