The People Who Work in America's Most Famous Burrito Shop

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The lines at La Taqueria in San Francisco’s Mission District are long. Business picked up after getting named the No. 1 burrito in the country back in 2014. But some workers say the company wasn’t properly compensating them even before the taqueria got popular. Now some women have come forward to force back pay and other benefits to all employees.

Guest: Jonathan Kauffman, food writer for the San Francisco Chronicle

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