Raley’s Supermarkets is advising customers who used their credit or debit cards at any of its stores to check their statements because its computer network may have been the target of a cyberattack.
After CBS 5′s recent undercover investigation into overcharges at Safeway-operated stores, ConsumerWatch found the stores are even more likely to overcharge than the average California retailer.
Statements from a Raley’s spokesman and from the United Food and Commercial Workers union said talks between both sides resumed Sunday morning.
Customers from across California are complaining about being overcharged on purchases at Safeway and Vons supermarkets. A ConsumerWatch investigation into those claims uncovered Safeway is also violating a court order.
A Department of Homeland Security audit prompted San Jose-based Mi Pueblo foods to participate in a federal program that verifies a prospective employee’s immigration status, the supermarket chain said Friday.
As Northern California supermarket workers step up pressure for a new contract, some local shoppers are being asked to sign pledge cards showing their support for unions.
Lucky Supermarkets has issued a warning to consumers after someone tampered with credit and debit card readers at several Bay Area Stores.
Former Mi Pueblo supermarket workers in San Jose are embarking on a two day hunger strike to protest what they say are unjust firings of 300 workers.
From peanut butter to toilet paper, more and more products you buy at the grocery store are losing ounces and inches.
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