METHUEN, Mass. -- About 80 striking workers from Shaw’s warehouse here began the first leg of a 60-mile march to Boston yesterday to protest their contract disagreement with the chain, according to local reports. The five-day march comes after about 300 workers, members of United Food and Commercial Workers Local 791, walked off the job March 7 when they say Shaw's, owned by Minneapolis-based Supervalu, sought a new contract that would have required them to contribute more to their health ...

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