There may be less produce on some supermarket shelves soon. That's because most of the workers at the Hunts Point Terminal Market in the Bronx, a major supplier of fruits and vegetables, are now on strike. CBS2's John Dias explains why.
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Dispute Over $1 An Hour Raise Leads To Hunts Point Market Workers' StrikeThere may be less produce on some supermarket shelves soon. That's because most of the workers at the Hunts Point Terminal Market in the Bronx, a major supplier of fruits and vegetables, are now on strike. CBS2's John Dias explains why.
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