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Strike against Sysco's New England operations is settled

Workers at a Boston-area facility say they won an $11-an-hour raise, along with other concessions, ending a nearly three-week strike.


Labor strikes disrupt multiple Sysco operations

Drivers have walked off the job in Boston and central New York, and Arizona workers are honoring picket lines.

Brined cukes and a host of other lip-pursing options are showing up on all types of menus—and everywhere from the drinks list to the dessert array.

Pork supplies were expected to drop steeply on Aug. 15 because of new farming regulations. But the rules were postponed under an unusual agreement between industry and government.

The company’s 11th acquisition since 2016 adds considerable fuel to its data-driven procurement service for restaurants.

Palo Alto Foods, Joseph Martin Foods and Esteson will become part of the San Francisco distributor as it eyes nationwide expansion.

The distributor says it has a confidential witness who can prove the big processors colluded on the volume of meat they processed, thereby inflating prices.

A crop failure in Mexico has created the latest supply crisis for chefs and hot sauce-seeking customers.

Smithfield Foods has agreed to settle accusations that it colluded with competitors.

The 355,000-square-foot facility has a variety of sustainability features, from its construction and design to the operations of its fleet.

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