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The Boston Herald reports that negotiators representing some 40,000 unionized employees for at Ahold-owned Stop & Shop are making progress in their contract negotiations, but remain “far apart” on wages.

A spokesman for the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) said that the company had offered to increase pension and health care benefits. Both sides confirmed that the negotiations will continue this week.
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