The union representing the 31,000 Stop & Shop workers who have been on strike since April 11 have reached a tentative contract agreement with the parent company.

The United Food and Commercial Workers said in a statement Sunday evening that that agreement, which still must be approved voted on by union members, “preserves health care and retirement benefits, provides wage increases, and maintains time-and-a-half pay on Sunday for current members.”

At issue in the strike was the cost of health…

Boston Biz Journal