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October 11, 2005

Unionized Grocers Move Concerns Union

Albertson's Plan Stirs Union Concerns (San Diego Tribune - Free)

Albertson's is in a major fight with regional supermarket union locals concerned about the struggling company's plans to expand Bristol Farms, its non-union subsidiary.

The 11-store Bristol Farms chain has announced that it will open outlets in the coming months at converted Albertsons sites in La Jolla and in Westchester in the Los Angeles area, a move union officials say will cut dozens of employees from their ranks.....

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