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Kroger Has Decided It’s Done Paying Workers That $2 ‘Hero Bonus’

The owner of Ralphs and Food 4 Less calls its employees ’heroes’–but workers say those words ring hollow
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A Coronavirus Cluster Strikes at Rock & Roll Ralphs in Hollywood

The grocery chain says it's ramped up cleaning and has protocols in place to keep employees and shoppers safe
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L.A.’s Grocery Store Employees Are Fighting to Be Treated as Emergency Workers

Cashiers, stockers, and other grocery workers are on the front lines of the pandemic, but aren't getting the help they need to stay healthy
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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.