WESTBURY, N.Y. -- King Kullen Grocery Co. officials will meet with union representatives tomorrow in hopes of settling a seven-week strike against the chain by Teamsters Local 282. King Kullen here said it will increase its offer of severance pay from $1.5 million to $2 million, to be divided among 112 union warehouse workers whose jobs were eliminated when the company began outsourcing its grocery distribution to nonunion wholesaler Bozzuto's, Cheshire, Conn., and closed its own warehouse ...

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