LOS ANGELES — The United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 770 here said Friday the seven UFCW locals in Southern California have agreed to a contract extension with the region's major supermarket chains. The local said the contract, which was scheduled to expire Sunday at midnight, has been extended through the end of March to allow negotiations to continue. The contract covers approximately 62,000 clerks and meat cutters at the area's three major chains — Albertsons, a division of ...

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