MIAMI Burger King last month joined Yum! Brands Inc. and McDonald’s Corp. in agreeing to pay an extra penny per pound for tomatoes grown in Florida. —After a lengthy and often-heated dispute with a farm workers advocacy group, The agreement followed closely the firings of two BK executives who were linked to what the company said were unauthorized Internet postings criticizing the Coalition of Immokalee Workers, which long has advocated ...
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