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Trader Joe’s Union Bid Fails at New York City Store

Shoppers are reflected in a window in front of Trader Joe's grocery store in New York.

Shoppers are reflected in a window in front of Trader Joe's grocery store in New York.

Photographer: Mark Kauzlarich/Bloomberg

Workers at a Trader Joe’s in New York City voted against unionizing, according to a tally provided by the National Labor Relations Board. 

The vote was 94 to 66 against forming a union at the store, which is located in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, a spokeswoman from the NLRB said in an email Thursday. Both parties have five business days to file objections to the results. If none are filed, the results will be certified.