Most union workers at Stop & Shop have voted on a new contract on Thursday night.
The United Food & Workers Commercial Workers International confirms the contract was ratified unanimously by standing vote on Thursday evening.
Union and management came to terms on that three-year deal on Easter Sunday.
It ended an 11-day walkout that sent thousands of workers to the picket line to fight for pay and benefits.
Related Content: Stop & Shop strike cost company about $100 million
The labor dispute reportedly cost the company about $100 million in losses.
Meantime, WBUR is reporting (https://wbur.fm/2IUF0c5) that one of the company’s unions, representing about a third of the workers, has already signed on to the new deal.