LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Teamsters unhappy with Kroger's decision to outsource management of its warehouse and transportation services called a strike here Wednesday. About 50 workers picketed the entrance to the 776,000-square-foot warehouse, which was transferred from Kroger to Zenith Logistics earlier this year. “Kroger stores remain open for business as usual,” Tim McGurk, a spokesman for Kroger‘s Mid-South division, said in a statement. “While this is unfortunate, and we hope the third ...

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