PHILADELPHIA — Members of United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1776 here have told Acme Markets they would not accept a buyout offer from the retailer, citing pension and benefit concerns. Acme, the Malvern, Pa.-based division of Supervalu, first proposed a buyout for around 300 Acme employees represented by UFCW 1776 in July. The union has twice rejected it, telling Acme President Dan Sanders in a letter last week that it would not consider the offer without first negotiating ways to ...
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