By Timothy Inklebarger
Source: Supermarket News

Another Trader Joe’s grocery store is considering unionizing, and if it’s successful, the Chicago location will become the grocer’s fifth union shop in the country, according to a story in the Chicago Tribune.

The Tribune reports that the Trader Joe’s filed for a union election on Monday, and needs 140 “yes” votes in order to establish the union.

The workers there are not affiliated with an established union and instead are organizing independently under the name Trader Joe’s United.

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