On Monday, a group of workers at PCC Natural Markets held a demonstration outside of the chain’s downtown location to call attention to what workers call low wages, insufficient staffing, and poor working conditions, setting the stage for what is likely going to be a contentious battle between workers and one of the city’s famously progressive chains.
PCC started out in the 1950s in Seattle as a food-buying club formed by several families. Over the years it gradually became a full-fledged grocery store, and then a chain with more than a dozen locations stretching from Bothell to Burien. Today it’s one of the most luxurious grocery shopping experiences
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