METHUEN, Mass. — The union representing striking workers at a Shaw’s distribution center here urged its members to call Craig Herkert, the chief executive officer of Supervalu, Friday to demand a resolution. Minneapolis-based Supervalu, which owns Shaw’s, has terminated health benefits for the striking workers and is advertising for and hiring replacement workers, United Food and Commercial Workers Local 791 said. The union walked off the job March 7 after rejecting a “last, best and ...

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