DALLAS — Workers at 90 Kroger stores in the Dallas area have voted to approve a new contract, the retailer said Wednesday. The new agreement covers 8,000 workers represented by United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1000 here. "The company and the union worked together to reach an agreement that is good for our associates, good for our customers and good for our company," Bill Breetz, president of Kroger Southwest, based in Houston, said in a statement. "We look forward to continuing to ...

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