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Workers in Mumbai, India enjoy a unique kind of fast food. It's not the mass-produced, fat-laden stuff so common across the U.S. This food is cooked fresh at home. It's then rushed to offices and workplaces across town by the lunch box men, or as they're known in Mumbai, thedabbawallas.

Poor, mostly illiterate workers have operated the lunch delivery service for well over a century, with a remarkable record for efficiency and accuracy. Reporter Peter Aronson follows the journey of one particular lunch.
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