The relatively calm labor-management climate so far this year could be tested over the next couple of months as numerous contracts expire. Several major pacts between the industry and the United Food and Commercial Workers Union are about to expire in the East, West and Midwest. The hectic pace may test the state of relations as managements attempt to rein in costs and the unions seek some major goals. In particular, if either of two key union objectives -- maintenance of health care ...

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