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SuperAmerica donut operation locks out union delivery drivers

Nearly two-dozen drivers who deliver donuts and other food to SuperAmerica stores in the Twin Cities have been locked out since Friday. The Pioneer Press reports the stalemate stems from disagreements over wages and overtime rights. SuperMom's bakery and SuperAmerica are both owned by Connecticut-based Northern Tier Energy LP.
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Nearly two-dozen drivers who deliver donuts and other food to SuperAmerica stores in the Twin Cities have been locked out since Friday. The Pioneer Press reports the stalemate stems from disagreements over wages and overtime rights. SuperMom's bakery and SuperAmerica are both owned by Connecticut-based Northern Tier Energy LP.

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