BUENA PARK, Calif. — Albertsons here said Thursday any talk of a strike by the United Food and Commercial Workers Union in Southern California is premature and unnecessary. In a press statement, the chain said, "We believe progress is being made [in ongoing negotiations], and that is evident from the tentative agreements we already have on a number of issues. That's a good sign, and we think everyone's interests are best served by staying at the negotiating table and focusing on achieving a ...
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