WOODBRIDGE, N.J. — Union truck loaders for A&P staged a one-day strike at a warehouse operated by supplier C&S Wholesale Grocers here last week, protesting an anticipated loss of jobs and a lack of progress in contract negotiations. The loaders, who work for Grocery Haulers Inc., are represented by Teamsters Local 863, Mountainside, N.J. Grocery Haulers is contracted to provide delivery services for A&P. The workers have been without a contract for 10 months and said A&P ...
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