Walmart and its Florida tomato suppliers have pledged to improve pay for tomato farm workers as part of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers’ Fair Food Program. The retailer’s commitments include working to expand the Fair Food Program’s principles to tomatoes grown outside of Florida and to other crops; acknowledging Fair Food compliant suppliers with longer term purchase commitments; ensuring tomato price premiums are passed on to workers; and supporting a higher wage for ...
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