WASHINGTON — United Food and Commercial Workers Local 400 here yesterday said it has received and reviewed economic proposals from Safeway and Giant of Landover as part of ongoing labor-contract negotiations with the chains, but “little progress has been made,” James Lowthers, president of Local 400, said in a statement on the union’s website. Talks on the new contracts, which cover 23,000 workers in the Washington-Baltimore area who are members of UFCW Locals 400 and 27, are scheduled to ...

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