Prisoners Are Money. Keefe: $40.4 million, G T Enterprises: $3.2 million

There many reasons why we keep wondering how Keefe Food Group has sustained its business for all this time. We fail to ask ourselves how our brothers and sisters in prison are faring on. We need to think about ways in which we can make the prisons a better corrections place. Keefe Food Group is one of the most corrupt companies in the United States. As a matter of fact, the company bribes to prison officials to keep obtaining contracts to serve the inmates. Therefore, all these charges are directed back to the prisoners due to the expensive essential commodities. For this reason, prisons have become money havens for thriving companies line Keefe Group.

According to the prison records from Kingfish1935, Keefe Food Group made more than $40 million in one year from serving prisoners. For this reason, we are meant to think that business in prison is so efficient that everyone will be attracted to work with them. As a matter of fact, we need to understand that the company pays bribes to prison officials to operate in the prisons. For this reason, they engage in increasing the prices so as to cater for their kickbacks to prison staff and other state departments.

Keefe Food Group began their contract in the past few years. Since 2008, their contract has been renewed several times. As a matter of fact says STL Today, there are many other companies which can work for prisons to supply food stuff and other personal commodities but never get the chance to work. For this reason, we can deduct the reason why they fail to receive these contracts even when they are qualified. Prisons are havens for corruption. However, we are appealing to the government to increase their watch on prison state officials to demand respect.

In the prison setup, Keefe Food Group Company is responsible for the following services.

  • They have the exclusive rights to sell all songs in jail setups. Each song costs $1.70. For every song sold, the company gives $0.10 to the prisons.
  • The company also has the exclusive rights to sell music players to inmates. Each player costs $115. For every layer sold, only $15 is given to prison staff.