MINNEAPOLIS — Workers at Supervalu’s distribution center in Hopkins, Minn., voted to ratify a new three-year contract Friday, a spokeswoman for the retailer and wholesaler, based here, told SN. The agreement came days after Teamsters Local 120, which represents workers at the facility, threatened to strike, citing concerns over wages and benefits in Supervalu’s proposals. “The deal allows us to competitively serve our retailers while providing good wages, comprehensive and affordable ...

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