STOP & SHOP AIMS TO SELL SOUTHERN N.J. STORES QUINCY, Mass. — Stop & Shop here is negotiating to sell nine stores in southern New Jersey to ShopRite operators, according to the president of the local union representing workers at the stores. Brian String, president of United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 152, told SN last week that Stop & Shop contacted the union to let it know a potential deal between the parties was in the works so that the union could begin ...
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