NEW YORK — The union representing 16,000 workers at supermarkets in the New York Metro area has begun a campaign to notify local officials and consumers of a potential strike as its contract with employers approaches a June 26 expiration date. United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1500 in a statement Wednesday said a job action ahead of the July 4 weekend could affect thousands of shoppers at 150 Stop & Shop, King Kullen, A&P and Pathmark stores covered by the contract. To get ...

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