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Juice plant strike ends

This article was originally published in Foodnews

THE four-month strike at the Mott’s apple juice plant in New York state(FOODNEWS passim) is over after a new contract was agreed between Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc and the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union representing the staff workers. Hourly employees at the factory in Williamson, 30 miles east of Rochester, will return to work on 20 September after voting 185-62 in favour of a contract that includes a three-year wage freeze, according to Dr Pepper Snapple officials. The plant processes about 7.5 million bushels a year into juice, sauce, cider and other products.


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