Raley’s said last week it has requested a copy of the proposed contract. “We are still at an impasse with the union, but we will look at the [Save Mart] agreement,” the chain said in a prepared statement last week. “Once we see what was proposed and agreed to, we will be able to review our offers to make sure we captured all possible savings and necessary modifications. It is important to note that our business and our needs are very different from [those of] ...

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