Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Tuesday Morning One Liners....


More supermarket closings: Last Wednesday, many shoppers walked into The Associated market on Tillary Street at the corner of Jay Street in Downtown Brooklyn completely unaware that the shop would be closing later this month.

Yesterday, Whole Foods gave a tour of their new location in Tribeca.

Stop & Shop planning to hold 'Food Summits' throughout their Long Island stores to discuss the rising costs of food. First one, today at Woodbury.

UFCW 1995 has ratified a new deal with Kroger.

A&P announced they'll be changing most Philly 'SuperFresh' stores to the Pathmark banner.

The Teamsters Local 282 and the Association of New York City Concrete Producers have resumed talks aimed at resolving disputes over wages and working conditions.

The Daily News explains why so many Rockaway residents venture out of the Rockaways to grocery shop..
Health Care for America Now, a coalition of unions, organizations, businesses and medical professionals, is launching a $40 million campaign to push for quality, affordable health care for all Americans....Read the story here.

Vancouver- Roughly 10 thousand Save On Foods and Overwaitea employees across the province have voted 75% in favor of accepting their company’s latest offer.

Development & Politics

Trying to nail down the Hispanic vote, Obama and McCain are speaking to before powerful Spanish advocacy groups today.

Obama will accept the Democratic nomination at Invesco Field, home of the Denver Broncos .

Here's the new eco-friendly police fleet. for the NYPD

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