TOLEDO, Ohio -- Kroger Co., Cincinnati, and Seaway Food Town, Maumee, Ohio, have reached new accords affecting 4,700 meatcutters and retail clerks and 42 stores here. The 33-month pacts call for hourly wage increases and improvements in benefits packages, said David Gelios, president of the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 911, which represents 2,500 Kroger and 2,200 Seaway workers. Employees from 23 Seaway supermarkets last week ratified an agreement approved nearly a week earlier ...

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