ST. PAUL, Minn. -- The United Food and Commercial Workers union Local 789 here and several supermarket operators -- including Supervalu, Minneapolis, and Fleming, Dallas -- have come to a stalemate in contract negotiations covering 5,000 workers in the region. rogress is not made within two to three weeks. "As long as we're moving forward, I don't expect a strike vote," Pearson said. "We expect to find a settlement of some sort, but I am still making strike plans in case we don't come to ...

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