Labor negotiations over contracts affecting thousands of grocery workers across Western Washington will resume Sunday morning, both sides said Saturday night.
The talks have brought “slight movement,” Tom Geiger, spokesman for the workers, said in an email.
Unions representing 21,000 grocery workers issued the strike notice Friday night. If no deal is reached, Geiger has said, a strike will begin at 7 p.m. Monday. Workers for Albertsons, Fred Meyer, Safeway and QFC stores in King, Kitsap, Pierce and Snohomish counties would take part, as would some workers in Thurston and Mason counties.kathleen.cooper@ thenewstribune.com