Grocery Store Workers Go On Hunger Strike Over Stagnant Wages

Even though the workers are actually employed by Carlson, they tend to blame Cub Foods and Supervalu for the squeeze they feel.

But the folks at Supervalu say the workers' beef is with Carlson, not them.

"The people who clean the floors are employed by an outside company," said Mike Siemienas, a Supervalu spokesman.

another hunger striker, says he worked under Carlson in another store for about a year and a half until he was recently fired. (Torres says he was fired for organizing workers; Rotenberg says he was fired for cause.)
As always the ones on the bottom get hurt the worse.