LOS ANGELES — A labor-, faith- and community-based group here said it plans to hold a rally this afternoon outside a Santa Monica hotel in which Tesco investors will be meeting. The group — the Alliance for Healthy & Responsible Grocery Stores — is trying to convince the chain to sign an agreement that it will keep its promises to open stores in underserved communities, create good jobs and be responsible environmental stewards. "We plan to create a lot of noise outside," an alliance ...
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