MADISON HEIGHTS, Mich. -- After Farmer Jack union workers voted against revisions in their contract that might have made the chain more palatable to a buyer, A&P responded by saying it would close additional stores. According to Victoria Collins, president of United Food and Commercial Workers Local 876 here, A&P informed the union in a letter that it would close four stores as a cost-cutting measure. According to a report last week, union sources said up to 30 additional stores may ...
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