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Food 4 Less Workers Ramp Up Boycott Today

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Union grocery workers at Food 4 Less don’t want to Work 4 Less. That’s the message they’ll  be delivering today (August 13) at 14 Southern California stores as they press the chain for a new contract. Their most recent collective bargaining agreement expired June 8 and Food 4 Less, which is owned by Ralph’s parent company, Kroger, wants to cut health and welfare contributions, along with work hours — while dumping more work on lower-paid employees.

For that reason the 90 stores’ 6,500 workers, who belong to Local 770 of the United Food & Commercial Workers union, have called on shoppers to boycott the chain. They also invite the public to “adopt” a Food 4 Less store and join them on picket lines Wednesday from 8 a.m. to noon.

Locations:

  • EAST LA — 2750 E 1st St, Los Angeles 90033-3634
  • PANORAMA CITY — 8530 Tobias Ave., Panorama City 91402-2995
  • HIGHLAND PARK – – 5100 N Figueroa St., Los Angeles 90042-3922
  • NORTH HILLS/VAN NUYS — 16208 Parthenia St., North Hills 91343-4704
  • WILMINGTON — 336 W Anaheim St, Wilmington 90744-4421
  • PASADENA – – 1329 N Lake Ave., Pasadena 91104-2895
  • INGLEWOOD — 3200 W Century Blvd., Inglewood 90303-1410
  • PALMDALE: — 2341 E Avenue S, Palmdale 93550-6201
  • SANTA CLARITA — 19200 Soledad Canyon Rd, Santa Clarita 91351-3366

 

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