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Author: Elaine Walker, Miami Herald
A decision by McDonald's on Monday to pay a penny more per pound for its Florida-grown tomatoes puts the heat on Burger King to do its part to improve the lives of migrant workers. Both fast-food chains had been the subject of campaigns by the...
Author: John Schmeltzer, Chicago Tribune
McDonald's Corp. agreed on Monday to pay a penny per pound more to field hands who pick the restaurant chain's tomatoes...[which] will put more money in the pockets of underpaid migrants... [The] deal is being characterized...as a template for future...
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