WASHINGTON — The United Food and Commercial Workers Union here said it has filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board against 2 Sisters Food Group, the primary supplier of prepared foods for Tesco-owned Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market, over the alleged firing of six workers. The union said the workers were fired for attending a union recruitment meeting and for complaining about managers. Jeremy Chew, a spokesman for 2 Sisters, told SN it is untrue that six employees had ...

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