TOLEDO, Ohio — Kroger workers here voted to approve a new three-year contract, the Cincinnati-based retailer said Tuesday. “This agreement provides wage increases and affordable quality heath care benefits for our associates and their families and keeps Kroger competitive in the marketplace,” Bruce Macauley, president of Kroger’s Great Lakes region, said in a statement. United Food and Commercial Workers Local 911, representing about 2,300 workers, had been negotiating with Kroger to replace ...
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