MIAMI Burger King, which has been the target of protests at its headquarters and restaurants by a farmworkers advocacy group, is refusing to pursue the course taken by several quick-service peers of paying Florida laborers a penny more per pound for tomatoes. —McDonald’s and Yum! Brands already agreed to the demands of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers, or CIW, an activist group crusading for better wages and working conditions for ...
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