If you're looking for dissent in the grocery industry these days, you don't have to look far. The just-concluded Southern California strike captured national headlines with its super-heated rhetoric, civil disobedience and televised rallies, marches and protests. er's food budget. Enjoying labor expenses as much as $12 per hour lower than that of their established competition, these non-union players have the traditional supermarkets squarely in their sights. Unless conventional operators ...

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