Greg Conger

United Food & Commercial Workers Local 324

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President of United Food & Commercial Workers Local 324, which represents grocery store workers in Orange County, Long Beach and San Pedro

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Early this year, a grocery chain with just 18 stores in Washington and Oregon  bought up 146 supermarkets in five other states , including 83 in California.

The Final Check-Out for an Ambitious Grocery Chain

Early this year, a grocery chain with just 18 stores in Washington and Oregon bought up 146 supermarkets in five other states , including 83 in California.

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