LANDOVER, Md. — Union workers at warehouses servicing Giant-Landover stores have reached separate new agreements with the retailer and with C&S Wholesale Grocers, which operates Giant’s dry-goods facility. The C&S deal will cost around 200 jobs but keep the Jessup, Md., dry-goods warehouse open, according to Richie Brooks, president of Teamsters Local 730, one of two union locals representing workers at the facility. Workers were concerned that C&S would close the warehouse ...

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