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Earlier this summer, grocery workers, represented by UFCW, settled a fair contract with major grocery stores that gives 60,000 workers a decent standard of living. However, one company, Food 4 Less, is refusing to do the same.
Food 4 Less is owned by the Kroger Company, which also owns Ralphs.
Last month, Kroger reported earning $500 million in profits in the 1st quarter of 2014.
Kroger agreed to a fair contract for Ralphs workers but not for its Food 4 Less workers, instead they want to cut health and welfare contributions, work hours and give lower paid positions more work.
Join picketing workers during their continued boycott and adopt a Food 4 Less store in your area!