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Negotiators Narrowly Avoid Strike At New York's Main Fruit & Vegetable Market
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17 Jan 2018 01:21 PM EST

According to the labor union and merchant's association on Wednesday, a work stoppage at a market that supplies much of New York City's fresh produce was averted as negotiators tentatively reached a new pay deal. Workers at the Hunts Point Terminal Produce Market had been set to go on strike for the first time since 1986 if no agreement was reached before their previous contract expired at midnight. The tentative agreement reached overnight affects 1,100 warehouse workers, drivers and other employees belonging to the Teamsters Local 202 union.

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