AUBURN, Wash. — United Natural Foods Inc. workers at the company’s warehouse here were scheduled to return to work this week after the wholesalers agreed to terms on a new, five-year contract with Teamsters Local 117. The union had been on strike for about nine weeks, after it had accused the company of unfair bargaining practices and of unfairly dismissing workers. “UNFI is pleased to welcome back our associates,” said Sean Griffin, UNFI group president, in a ...

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