SEATTLE — Approximately 25,000 grocery workers and meatcutters in three union locals here are scheduled to vote through Wednesday on an employer contract offer — an offer union officials have asked employees to reject while also asking them to authorize a strike. The contracts cover workers at Safeway, Supervalu-owned Albertsons, and Kroger-owned Fred Meyer and QFC in the Greater Seattle area. The unions involved are United Food and Commercial Workers Local 21, representing the majority of ...

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