LANDOVER, Md. (FNS) -- Giant Food here replenished its stocks and launched into a post-strike marketing mode last week after an agreement was reached with striking truckers who disrupted supply channels for five weeks. The supermarket's offer of lifetime job security for its 320 Teamster-member drivers is what clinched the settlement, reached last week. In return, the union's Local 639 said it won't protest the chain's expected increased use of direct-store-deliveries by suppliers at stores ...

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