MINNEAPOLIS [FNS] -- Protesters representing labor and religious groups and ex-employees of bigg's, a Cincinnati-area grocery store chain owned by Supervalu, spoke out against labor practices at Supervalu's annual shareholder meeting here late last month. During a question-and-answer session following the meeting, ex-employees charged that the company had fired them for union organizing, and union officials asked why the company would not meet with labor to discuss a proposal allowing ...

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