COMPTON, Calif. -- Employees at 101 Food 4 Less stores in Southern California are expected to vote this week on new labor agreements, while negotiations in other areas of the country continued last week with little change. The previous Food 4 Less contract expired Feb. 28 and had been extended indefinitely while a new contract was being negotiated. The contract covers approximately 5,700 workers at Food 4 Less, which is the price-impact division of Kroger Co., Cincinnati. Terms of the ...

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