SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- The California Senate Committee on Business and Professions is considering drafting legislation governing slotting fees following an informational hearing here last week. to the practice as it currently exists -- including representatives of the United Food and Commercial Workers union, the California Consumer Federation, several small manufacturers and an Albertsons employee -- advocated reforms in the way the fees are administered. Nicole Daro of the UFCW Bay Area ...

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