MINEOLA, N.Y. -- Five of the New York metropolitan area's largest retailers could face a union strike if a new contract isn't reached, according to Nickolas Abondolo, president of United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 342-50, based here. More than 2,000 meat, deli and seafood employees located in stores in Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island are being represented in these negotiations by Local 342-50. Although contracts expired at midnight Oct. 21, negotiations have ...

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