WASHINGTON — Members of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union targeted Supervalu and Kroger in a series of store events last week in several cities across the country. The events at Supervalu-owned stores primarily involved the handing out of leaflets that said, in part, if Supervalu “gets its way” in Southern California “[by] refusing to agree to provide the living wages and affordable health care its workers [there] deserve, it will likely try to do the same thing to workers in ...

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