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A SoCal Grocery Workers Strike Has Likely Been Averted

The union reached a tentative deal with supermarket chains
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60,000 SoCal Grocery Workers Are Preparing to Strike

A strike like this hasn't happened in L.A. in 15 years

From Aldi to Vons, How Grocery Stores Are Our Connection to L.A.—and Ourselves

In L.A., a beloved grocery store's closing can leave your adrift in a cold, lonely world

Smart & Final Wants to Be the New Whole Foods

L.A.’s oldest grocery store wants a bigger bite of the apple—organic ones, to be exact

A DTLA Timeline

The history of a neighborhood’s renaissance

CityDig: The Birth of Ralphs Bros. Grocers

George A. Ralphs, a master bricklayer who turned to the grocery business after losing his arm in a hunting accident, teamed with S. A. Francis in 1873 to open the Ralphs & Francis store at Fifth and Hill in downtown Los Angeles.