Union counts votes on Colorado grocery contract
DENVER (AP) – A union representing thousands of Colorado grocery workers is counting members’ votes on the last, best, final contract offers from three chains.
United Food and Commercial Workers Local 7 represents about 17,000 workers at Safeway, Albertsons and Kroger Co.’s King Soopers and City Market chains.
Union members have been mailing in their votes on contract offers from Safeway, King Soopers and City Market, but the union was still counting the ballots Monday.
Albertsons workers are waiting for more contract talks.
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