NEW YORK - Supermarket chains Pathmark, Stop & Shop and King Kullen called for federal mediation in contract talks last week while the union representing their workers here voted to OK a strike in at least two of the chains if a new deal cannot be completed by June 24. "This looks like it will be one of the most challenging contract negotiations in the metropolitan area since a strike in New Jersey more than a decade ago," Burt P. Flickinger III, managing director, Strategic Resource ...

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