WESTMINSTER, England — The United Food and Commercial Workers International Union is seeking to convince the parent company of Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Markets to meet with labor representatives in the U.S. by launching a campaign here. The effort aims “to show Tesco’s other face to British people, British investors and British politicans, in the hope they will influence Tesco to stop and think about the way they conduct their business in America,” the union said. In a press conference ...

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