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Kellogg’s cereal workers approve contract, ending 11-week strike and averting job losses

Summary by Ground News
Kellogg Co. workers have been on strike for over two months. The union says its members voted to accept the latest collective bargaining agreement. The new five-year agreement includes no concessions and no take aways from the union. The strike occurred as unique labor market conditions in the shadow of the pandemic.

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