MODESTO, Calif. — The tentative agreement last week between Save Mart Supermarkets here and three locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union could provide an “impetus” for Raley’s Supermarkets to return to the bargaining table, a union official told SN. The proposed settlement with Save Mart, which includes temporary labor-cost reductions, would run only through Oct. 12, 2013 — approximately two years after the previous contract expired last Oct. ...

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