Bargaining: Foodstuffs stuffing up staff in the south

South Island Pak’nSave employees are still left without answers with parent company Foodstuffs refusing to bargain on pay.

First Union are taking the store owners to the Employment Relations Authority to test whether this is legal.

Many Pak’nSave employees are turning to charities for food parcels, while their CEOs boast record profits.

Communities have held rallies and protests around the country in support of Pak’nSave workers, calling on others to support a fair wage so supermarket workers can feed their whānau.