Profitability and stunning global expansion aside, now is not an ideal time to be a fast food corporation. Recent studies link fast food prices to child obesity rates, and this past summer thousands of employees of national chains like McDonalds and Burger King staged protests in 60 U.S. cities. Striking for better wages, the demonstrations were part of a yearlong campaign for labor rights in the service sector.
Fortunately, for conscientious diners who are short on time but long on principle, many quick-service eateries-from an upstanding national burger chain to a Civil Rights landmark in Washington, D.C.-are dedicated to both high-quality ingredients and workers' rights. Here are 10 places to feel good fast.
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