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Strike at San Francisco Airport Ends as Food Workers Reach Deal

Employees win higher wages and improved benefits, according to their union

Food service workers strike at San Francisco International Airport on Sept. 26.

Food service workers strike at San Francisco International Airport on Sept. 26.

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Fast food workers at San Francisco International Airport have ended a three-day strike after securing higher wages and improved benefits, according to the employee union.

Unite Here Local 2 said its members reached a tentative agreement with the airport restaurants late Wednesday night. The food workers will receive “significant raises and free family health care,” the union said in a statement.