UFCW is the union for Kroger workers.
UFCW, the union for grocery workers, represents 835,000 grocery store workers at major companies all across the country. We stand together with the hardworking people at Kroger stores to secure the better wages and benefits they deserve — all backed by a union contract.
View all the many Kroger stores we represent here.
We know grocery workers have always been essential and should be treated that way. Unfortunately, not all Kroger stores have union representation. We believe all Kroger workers deserve stable schedules, living wages, and safe workplaces. No matter the Kroger brand – Ralphs, Dillions, Smith’s, King Soopers, Fry’s, QFC, Rulers, City Market, Owen’s, Jay C, Pay Less, Baker’s, Gerbes, Harris Teeter, Pick ‘n Save, Metro Market, Mariano’s, or Food 4 Less – you deserve a union contract.
Ready to start a union at your Kroger store?
Ready to negotiate together for bigger paychecks, stronger benefits and better lives? If you are, the steps to joining the UFCW are simple.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Kroger union?
Yes and no. Most Kroger stores have a union contract guaranteeing wages and working conditions, but some don’t. UFCW represents workers in 2/3 of all Kroger stores nationwide, but we believe ALL Kroger associates deserve union representation.
What are the benefits of having a union at Kroger?
With a union contract, you and your coworkers can negotiate for benefits such as consistent raises and schedules, affordable healthcare, workplace safety standards, and so much more! Check out our How We Make Work Better page to learn more about what a union can do for you and your coworkers.
How do I start a union at my Kroger store?
By talking to your coworkers and one of our union organizers! We are here to help you make your store a better place to work and answer all your questions. Fill out the form below to get started and connect with one of our organizers.