SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The union that represents Penn Traffic workers said it opposes the proposed acquisition of 22 stores by Price Chopper Supermarkets, based in Schenectady, N.Y. In a formal objection filed with the bankruptcy court in Wilmington, Del., last week, United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1, along with sister Locals 23 and 1776, said the sale to Price Chopper, a non-union operator, would be prohibited by Penn Traffic's bargaining agreement with the union because Price Chopper ...

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