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.
Grocery store workers at Southland area markets are voting Wednesday whether or not to authorize a strike.
The union for Southern California grocery store workers will ask more than 60,000 members to authorize a strike, arguing that supermarket giants are dragging their feet in contract talks.
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.
Sentencing in the overcharging case against Ralphs Grocery Co. has been postponed until March.
Ralphs Grocery Co. has pleaded no contest to overcharging customers for prepackaged and weighed products at stores in Los Angeles.
Homeboy Industries original salsa and tortilla chips are now available at Ralphs grocery stores across Southern California.
Union drivers and warehouse workers for some of the biggest supermarket chains in the Southland are set to receive a pay hike after months of negotiations.
It would be great if we had the time everyday to cut up a fruit salad or whip up our own granola to accompany a sandwich for lunch, but that’s not always realistic.
Ralphs and Albertsons have both announced a recall of several brands of eggs over fears of possible salmonella contamination.