MILFORD Conn. Subway agreed Tuesday to pay an extra penny per pound more for tomatoes grown in Florida after reaching a deal with a farm workers advocacy group. The deal between Subway and the Coalition of Immokalee Workers, which is aimed at improving wages and working conditions for Florida farm workers, also calls for a stricter code of conduct for suppliers concerning labor rights. The agreement encourages farm worker participation in the monitoring of growers’ compliance with ...
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