INDIANAPOLIS — More than 1,100 workers at Kroger stores in central Indiana voted to approve a new contract with the Cincinnati-based retailer, United Food and Commercial Workers Local 700 here said Monday. The deal includes “significant” wage increases and bonuses; improvements to the health and welfare program; and increases in paid vacation and vacation days, the local union said. The deal follows an agreement by meat and deli workers represented by Local 700 reached earlier this year with ...

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