What can consumers get for a dime a day?

How about a substantial increase in minimum wage that would help 29 million low-wage workers?

Yep, it’s true. A new report from UC Berkeley showed that food costs would only go up 10 cents a day for consumers if restaurants were to pay their workers living wages.

So the next time you hear a restaurant industry CEO say that he couldn’t possibly afford to pay his workers a living wage because of the unbearable burden it would put on consumers, point him to this video.

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