At the end of the day, Roma tomatoes are ready for transport in Cristo Rey in the state of Sinaloa. Half the tomatoes consumed in the U.S. come from Mexico. Don Bartletti/Los Angeles Times hide caption

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Mexican Megafarms Supplying U.S. Market Are Rife With Labor Abuses
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Justice Department Will Conduct Separate Inquiry Into Garner's Death
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