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Friday, April 13, 2018

The penal system has reduced the cost of food inmate to 72 rubles

The Deputy Director FSIN Valery Maksimenko in an interview published in “Rossiyskaya Gazeta” said that over the past three years managed to reduce the cost of food per prisoner to 72 rubles per day.

He explained that this was done by producing and purchasing optimization.

However, he said that if in 2015 the food of the prisoners were allocated 22 billion rubles, last year it was allocated only 16 billion rubles.

At the same time he assured that the standards of food has not decreased, so managed to save on that service itself began to produce products such as flour, potatoes, vegetables, meat, milk, egg.

“Just to feed the inmates we approached not formally, but taking into account the caloric content of each food product and Economics of its production. As a result, the cost of food has significantly decreased. In addition, made clear diet considering how much calories put anyone – man, woman, minor, sick person and so on. We developed a special computer program, with which we were able to calculate how much is required funds for feeding prisoners in each region”, – said the official.

He also said that the Director of the Federal penitentiary service decided to return the savings to the food of the prisoners 1.2 billion last year to the Treasury


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