(WHDH) — United Food and Commercial Workers union members voted Wednesday to approve a contract agreement reached with Stop & Shop.
The three-year contract includes wage increases for all associates and maintains health coverage.
Employees went back to work on Monday when a tentative agreement was reached.
Around 30,000 employees walked off the job for 11 days when contract negotiations stalled.
Stop & Shop’s parent company says it lost an estimated $100 million during the strike.