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Kellogg's to resume contract negotiations with striking workers
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The Kellogg Co. is resuming contract negotiations Tuesday with more than 1,400 workers from its cereal plant picket lines.
Kellogg's and leaders of the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union (BCTGM) agreed to resume talks on Nov. 2 and Nov 3., the company said in a statement. However, the cereal maker gave few details about the talks aside from saying that the company was looking forward to "getting back to the table."
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Kellogg's wrote a letter to the union last week, urging it to head back to the bargaining table after its members went on strike in early October.
The more than 1,400 union members were fed up after being at an impasse at the bargaining table for more than a year.