SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Kroger Co. said it has reached an agreement with United Food and Commercial Workers Local 700 on contracts covering 800 workers in nine stores here. "Kroger and UFCW reached a good agreement that provides wage increases, affordable quality health care and a stable pension for our associates and their families," said Bob Moeder, president of Kroger's Central Division, based in Indianapolis. In a statement on its website, the union local, also based in Indianapolis, said ...

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