Raley's and the United Food and Commercial Workers union announced on Tuesday that they have struck a deal ending a strike at the supermarket chain.
The details won't be released until the deal is ratified by the union members, both parties said.
About 7,000 workers went on strike Nov. 4 at stores Raley's owns under both the Raley's and Nob Hill names.
Both the store management and the union leadership said they were happy with the tentative deal.
“This is very exciting because this contract provides us with the cost savings we need to fund our vision and the initiatives to make us more competitive in the 21st Century,“ said Mike Teel, president of Raley’s of Family Fine Stores in a statement on the store's website.