DENVER — United Food and Commercial Workers Local 7 here said it would return to the bargaining table with Safeway next week as the sides try to resolve a lengthy contract dispute. Talks with Kroger-operated King Soopers, however, had not been scheduled as of Wednesday, a spokeswoman for King Soopers told SN. Local 7 has voted to reject two prior offers from employers. It said yesterday that it had sent in all of the necessary paperwork to receive final strike sanction from the ...

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