KROGER CO., Cincinnati, inked a 50-month contract covering more than 9,000 retail clerks and meat cutters at 80 stores in Michigan, a spokesman told SN. Members of the United Food and Commercial Workers Locals 876 and 539 ratified the pact last week. The agreement expires March 2001 and replaces one scheduled to expire Jan. 4. SEAWAY FOOD TOWN, Maumee, Ohio, projects capital expenditures of about $20 million for fiscal 1997, which would be up from the $15 million spent this year, according ...

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