Crime & Courts

Jail food contract change to save $100,000

A tray of ham, green beans, yams and mashed potatoes in the Sedgwick County Jail on Christmas Day. (2015)
A tray of ham, green beans, yams and mashed potatoes in the Sedgwick County Jail on Christmas Day. (2015) File photo

A change in Sedgwick County Jail commissary and meal service contracts will save about $100,000, the Sheriff’s Office said Tuesday.

Beginning Feb. 17, the jail will switch commissary and inmate meal services to CBM Managed Services, the office said in a news release.

Also, CBM will manage the Sedgwick County Courthouse Cafe.

For more information, the office said, go to http://www.sedgwickcounty.org/sheriff/ or follow the office on Facebook.

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