WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Raley's Supermarkets here and two locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union said Sunday they have resumed negotiations, though the union is continuing to picket the chain's stores.
"We are committed to reaching an agreement that is fair and equitable to both parties," a Raley's spokesman said. However, both sides have agreed to not discuss the progress of the talks while they are ongoing, he added.
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According to a union statement, "Union picket lines will remain up at all stores until such a time as a resolution to the dispute is worked out. While it is hoped the discussions will lead to a settlement, the unions are prepared for any eventuality."
The union launched a strike against Raley's and its Nob Hill banner stores at midnight Nov. 4.
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