Representatives from both sides of the Raley’s / Nob Hill Foods strike returned to the negotiations table Sunday, with talks still ongoing late Monday, union representatives said.
Meanwhile, Raley’s spokesperson John Segale said some employees have been crossing the picket line, as have some customers, many lured by promotional sales.
“It’s always good when both parties in the room,” he said of the renewed talks. “Ideally we’re getting closer to an agreement.”
While he said he’s hopeful for a resolution, Segale said the company is prepared for the strike to last “weeks.”
The strike, the first in the chain’s 77-year history, has been going on since Sunday, Nov. 4.
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