CHICAGO -- Two locals of United Food and Commercial Workers Union here said last week they have agreed to a request by Safeway for a day-to-day extension of their contract with Dominick's Supermarkets, also based here. y had expired. It also followed industry reports last week indicating the unions had been unable to reach an agreement with the first company bidding to buy Dominick's, which most industry observers believe to be Supervalu, Minneapolis. Neither union nor Safeway officials ...

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