ROSEVILLE, Calif. — Members of four Northern California locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers union voted overwhelmingly last week to approve new, four-year contracts with Raley's Food & Drug and Save Mart Supermarkets. However, negotiations between the union and Safeway are ongoing on a contract that expires Dec. 1. The wage settlement, which totals $1.80 in increases for journeyman food clerks and meat cutters over the four years, includes a 70-cent hourly increase in the ...
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