Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Quick One Liners: Seattle UFCW Takes Strike Vote, Scarsdale gets a ShopRite

Walgreens Sues Wegmans Over Logo
Walgreens has filed a federal trade dress suit against Wegmans, alleging that the supermarket chain's stylized "W" logos are too similar to those of Walgreens. 

Wegmans Says No To Albany Stores
"We are not pursing sites in Albany or the Capital District"- Jo Natale, a spokeswoman for the western New York supermarket chain. 

New ShopRite Opening in Scarsdale 
"The brand new, completely renovated ShopRite of Scarsdale will bring more than 300 jobs to the local community, as well as new life and vitality to the Midway Shopping Center."

Trader Joe's Admits Its Crime Problem 
Brooklyn, NY--A new sign at the entrance to the popular supermarket reads: "We know it's hard to focus with so many amazing values in the store, but please keep a close eye on your belongings!"

Kroger Associates in Cincinnati Ratify New Labor Agreement
The three-year agreement provides good wages, high-quality affordable health care and a pension for associates when they retire. 

Seattle UFCW takes Strike Vote
Approximately 25,000 grocery workers and meat cutters in three union locals are scheduled to vote through Wednesday on an employer contract offer- an offer union officials have asked employees to reject while also asking them to authorize a strike. 

Whole Foods Sees Consumers Rebounding
Citing indications that its customers are spending more freely, Whole Foods Market said last week that its optimistic about its prospects for fiscal 2011. 

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