LOS ANGELES — Labor talks here and in New England were moving along slowly last week as previous contracts expired. The contract between three Southern California chains and seven locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union was scheduled to expire at midnight last night, but the two sides were expected to continue negotiations. A spokeswoman for the employers said that only Albertsons, which is owned by Supervalu, has met with all seven locals — for 30 minutes each — while ...

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