LANDOVER, Md. -- The union covering some 1,000 workers at two Giant Food warehouses here has ratified a new contract -- less than a year after a truck-drivers strike crippled the chain's distribution system. id Gaye Williams, spokeswoman for the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Washington. "The main issue was the future of the Giant Food work force," Williams said. "After the strike, Giant decided to leave its distribution in the hands of the Teamsters." The contract, which covers ...

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