Following votes taken over two days at stores throughout the region, UFCW Local 400 members working at Kroger under the Richmond/Tidewater contract voted to ratify a new collective bargaining agreement. Members voted 358-12 in favor of adopting the new contract. Ballots were tallied over Zoom videoconference on Friday to allow members to witness the count.

The new three-year agreement preserves our voice in our health care, puts real money in our pockets, and gets us additional paid time off. Download the highlight sheet to review an outline of all changes to the contract. 

“Thanks to the actions of our members, we were able to prevent a company health care plan that would have eliminated our voice in health care decisions,” said UFCW Local 400 President Mark Federici. “While we did not get everything we want, this was a significant victory in protecting our hard-won benefits.”

Kroger 2021 Richmond/Tidewater Contract Details

Download the highlight sheet to review all changes to the contract.