DENVER Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. has found a way to get an extra penny per pound of tomatoes, or a 64-percent pay increase, to the tomato pickers that gather Florida tomatoes for the restaurant chain. —After months of negotiations, The Denver-based operator of 886 fast-casual locations struck a deal with East Coast Farms, a major Florida grower, in which it was guaranteed that the pay increase—from 50 cents to 82 cents for each ...

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