The issue of health care costs and how they are paid is a perennial one, but one that should be considered anew every now and then. As it happens, this is a good time to take another look, not just on general principle but because of a few recent events. The food distribution industry itself is taking a new look at how business should contribute to employee health care. More immediately, health care costs figure prominently in the labor negotiations going on in Southern California. Those ...

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