EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- Bristol Farms, an upscale specialty store operator here, is the target of a unionizing effort by the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union. mes in the Los Angeles area asking consumers to boycott the chain and pointing out health violations cited by county health inspectors. Jodi Taylor, a Bristol spokeswoman, told SN some of the violations date back 15 years. However, Rick Eiden, director of organizing for Local 324, said the violations have occurred ...

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