KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Associated Wholesale Grocers last week implemented its agreement to outsource its warehousing and trucking operations, drawing fire from ousted Teamsters here and in Springfield, Mo. Teamsters picketed the independent cooperative's distribution facilities and handed out boycott notices at dozens of its member stores last week in an attempt to force AWG to return to the bargaining table. But AWG, which declared an impasse in its negotiations with the union, maintained ...

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