EAST BRIDGEWATER, Mass. -- A two-day labor strike at Shaw's Supermarkets here -- the first ever in the company's 137-year history -- ended last week when labor and management reached an agreement over the sharing of health care costs. Local 791 of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union called for a walkout last Monday at 12:01 a.m., just minutes after its former contract with Shaw's expired. Talks had broken down the previous Saturday night after both sides reached an impasse, mainly ...

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