Left to Right, Valentin Franco, Hugo Estrada and Roberto Perez work on making 5500 flour tortillas for the customers at La Fiesta # 3.  The workers start at 3 in the morning and spend approximately ten hours making tortillas a day.  La Fiesta #3 has become a central hub for the Immokalee community and a gathering place for farm workers who meet their transportation in the supermarket parking lot early in the mornings.  The supermarket opens at 4 in the morning serving a variety of home made foods to hundreds of customers.  Manuel Martinez/Staff

Photo by MANUEL MARTINEZ

Left to Right, Valentin Franco, Hugo Estrada and Roberto Perez work on making 5500 flour tortillas for the customers at La Fiesta # 3. The workers start at 3 in the morning and spend approximately ten hours making tortillas a day. La Fiesta #3 has become a central hub for the Immokalee community and a gathering place for farm workers who meet their transportation in the supermarket parking lot early in the mornings. The supermarket opens at 4 in the morning serving a variety of home made foods to hundreds of customers. Manuel Martinez/Staff

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