LOS ANGELES — The 20 million people who work at all levels of the food distribution system do not receive sustainable wages or basic benefits, putting the nation's food supply at "tremendous risk," according to a study scheduled to be released today. The study was conducted by the Food Chain Workers Alliance here — a coalition of worker-based organizations, founded in 2009, whose members plant, harvest, pack, transport, prepare, serve and sell food.  ...

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