CINCINNATI — Contract talks are scheduled to resume this Thursday between Kroger Co. here and United Food and Commercial Workers Local 75 after a contract extension expired on Sunday. The extension will continue on a day-to-day basis, the union said. The contract covers more than 12,000 workers at 76 Cincinnati-area Kroger stores and 39 fuel centers. According to a statement on the union local's website, one of the sticking points has been health care coverage, as Kroger is seeking higher ...

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