An increasing number of retailers in Southern California no longer provide plastic bags for customers – and now one local lawmaker wants the ban to go statewide.
At least two Southland grocery chains are pulling the plug on self-checkout lanes.
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Southern California grocery workers will vote on a new contract Friday. If it’s approved as expected, a crippling supermarket strike will be averted.
Grocery stores will remain open Monday, but a strike threat still looms as stores and workers negotiate a contract.
Grocery workers upset with sluggish contract negotiations could strike as early as Sunday night.
The effort may sound like a political long-shot, but one city councilman thinks the public will eventually warm up to the initiative.
A looming labor strike at three of the Southland’s biggest supermarket chains may mean bigger profits for some of their smaller competitors.
Unionized grocery workers across the Southland are voting on a controversial health care proposal, as well as whether to authorize a strike.
Shoppers who want to go organic are shelling out hundreds of dollars more per year – even for small items like potatoes.
The Service Employees International Union will demonstrate at a Ralphs supermarket in Inglewood and six other stores to show support for local grocery workers.
More than 60,000 Southern California grocery workers have cast their votes on whether to authorize a strike if contract talks with three of the nation’s largest supermarket chains break down.
New research shows that nearly three out of four shopping cart handles is rife with fecal bacteria, including some that can cause severe illness.
Some 62,000 grocery store workers may have no choice but to walk out on Sunday when their contract with Albertsons, Ralphs and Vons expires.
The grocery chain pleaded no contest last month to 62 charges, including 19 counts of mislabeling and 15 counts of false advertising.