PHOENIX — A coalition of store employees, community organizations and the United Food and Commercial Workers union here is scheduled to participate in a community forum today focusing on Food City, the Hispanic format operated by Bashas', and the coalition's concern about its treatment of consumers and employees. The group, Hungry for Respect, outlined its concerns in early November in a memo to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors that said the Food City stores had more health ...

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