New York Jails Ration Jelly Amid Budget Cuts
New York - To save some taxpayer bread, New York City's jails cut back on jelly, the New York Post reported Sunday.
Inmates can now only put one ounce on sandwiches, not two.
The Correction Department reduced its grape jelly portions to match the recently-announced reduction in sliced bread -- from eight slices to six per day, per prisoner.
The carb cut is expected to save $1.5 million next year, jail officials said.