PHILADELPHIA — Workers have pledged not to strike Acme Markets — and the retailer has said it would not lock out union members — when the current contract with United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1776 expires this week. However, Acme, a division of Minneapolis-based Supervalu, said it may choose to implement portions of its most recent contract offer — or reduce the offer if circumstances change — should the retailer and the local here remain at an impasse when the contract expires on ...

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