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At UFCW Local 135, we are well known for our outstanding tradition of excellence in representing the needs of working men and women. We represent members in diversified groups such as meat cutters, clerks in supermarkets, drug stores and other retail outlets, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, personnel in health care facilities, casinos and processing plants.

You can be proud that you are an integral part of an organization that cares about people while working in an industry that proudly serves our community.

Our officers and staff are dedicated to seeing that this union works for you. We urge you to join your fellow members in a continuing commitment to making our union united and strong.



President’s Message
August, 2015

“As president of UFCW Local 135,
I pledge to devote my
office to the preservation
and protection of the jobs
and benefits we have
won over the course
of decades.”


Secretary/Treasurer’s Report
August, 2015


Rite Aid Negotiations To Continue Next Week

Rite Aid negotiations went late into the evening on Wednesday. Some progress was made, but not enough to consummate a deal. Negotiations will resume next week.

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Rite Aid Negotiations Resume Today

Rite Aid negotiations resume today. These negotiations will not conclude until our members receive a contract that they deserve.

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Haggen sues Albertsons for $1billion

Bellingham-based Haggen has filed a lawsuit against Albertsons seeking more than $1 billion in damages over a deal that has become acrimonious. The complaint alleges that Albertsons engaged in “coordinated and systematic efforts to eliminate competition and Haggen as a viable competitor in over 130 local grocery […]

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Your Union Fights For You!

Back Pay Awarded to Members:

August, 2015. . . . . . $18,874.50
YTD (2015). . . . . $236,410.29

Members Reinstated:

August, 2015. . . . . . 9
YTD (2015). . . . . . 82