By John Byczkowski
Enquirer staff writer
Labor negotiations continued late into the evening Monday between the Kroger Co. and United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1099, after a weekend recess.
Talks resumed about 1 p.m. and stretched into the evening.
Local 1099 represents about 8,500 meat cutters and clerks. A five-year agreement between the union and Kroger expired Oct. 9. Union members voted to authorize a strike last Wednesday, but the two sides later agreed to continue to negotiate under a contract extension.
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