SAN FRANCISCO — Three locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union in Northern California will try to reopen bargaining with Save Mart Supermarkets following a 60% vote against a proposed new contract offer. However, because the "no" vote was two-thirds or less, no strike will be called, a union spokesman told SN Friday. Although members of UFCW Local 8-Golden State voted in favor of the offer by a 53% margin, 65% of the members of Local 5 and more than 50% of ...

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