QUINCY, Mass. — Stop & Shop here said Sunday that its workers in New England had ratified new labor contracts after negotiations that extended into Saturday. The three-year pacts cover several thousand employees who are members of five different locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union. "Our goal during the negotiations was to reach fair agreements that will allow us to continue to provide good jobs to our associates and serve our customers for many years to come," Faith ...
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