(WTNH) – Saturday marks the third day of Stop & Shop's strike in Connecticut and parts of New England.
Workers left work Thursday after contract negotiations stopped.
The union leaders were back at the negotiating table with the directors of Stop & Shop since Saturday afternoon.
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Many buyers have no choice but to cross the picket line and some have been confronted with hostility and sarcasm.
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Teyanna Carey, a client, said, "That made me a little surprised, because they were hard, they were like:" Listen, you're not going to support us, "when we went out, they were rather sarcastic and said thank you for the support … I felt a little bad at this point. "
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Stop & Shop said they were ready to return to the bargaining table and the Steward told News 8 that they would join them as soon as the company offered them a better deal.
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