SEATTLE (FNS) -- Representatives of labor and management told SN last week that both sides are satisfied with a new three-year contract covering some 7,000 employees of Safeway, Albertson's, Fred Meyer Inc., Quality Food Centers, Haggen Inc. and several smaller operators in the Northwest. United Commercial and Food Workers Union Local 1105 here said its members got a raise and stronger retirement benefits. A spokesman for the supermarket negotiators said employers successfully negotiated to ...

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