Supermarket companies are trying to find a cure for the rising cost of health insurance. Now that the growth economy of the 1990s is history, many food retailers, like companies in other industries, have found that they are less able to absorb large annual increases in health-insurance premiums. Supermarket operators are trying several different approaches to mitigate the impact of these costs, including seeking concessions from unions, lobbying for legislation to reduce medical costs, ...
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