Main Office:
3031-A Walton Rd
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462
P: 1-866-329-1776
Northeast PA Office:
2007 Highway 315
Pittston, PA 18640
P: 1-800-635-6994
Central PA Office:
3161 Chambersburg Rd
Biglerville, PA 17307
P: 1-800-332-9421

Welcome to UFCW Local 1776's website. Our goal is for the site to be useful to all of our members, and to make it the online place to share information and interact with everyone committed to building a better life for working men and women. Please register on the site to get updates from the Local. Send us your suggestions by visiting the "Contact Us" tab or emailing here -- In Solidarity, Wendell W. Young, IV, President, UFCW Local 1776


UFCW Decries Supreme Court Campaign Finance Ruling

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW) today released the following statement in response to the Supreme Court ruling in McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission which removed limits on the total amount a person can donate to political campaigns in an election season.

UFCW Local 75 Cincinnati Processing Workers Ratify Their First Contract

UFCW Local 75 workers at Cincinnati Processing, a plant that supplies pork products to Kroger stores in four states, ratified their first contract on March 26. Organizing at the plant was a multi-decade struggle for plant workers and the first contract marks the successful conclusion of that campaign.

UFCW Members in Minnesota Lobby Their Legislators


UFCW Local 653 and 1189 members met with their legislators in St. Paul, Minn., to talk about increasing the minimum wage and other issues important to working families.

Members from UFCW Locals 653 and 1189 talked with their Representatives at the State Capitol in St. Paul, Minn. The members lobbied for increasing the minimum wage, for the passage of paid sick leave, and medical cannabis laws.

UFCW Celebrates Women’s History Month and the Future of the Labor Movement

Women’s History Month has provided us with an opportunity to highlight the lives of Mary Harris “Mother” Jones, Frances Perkins, Dolores Huerta and Addie Wyatt—remarkable women who made significant contributions to the labor movement.

Remembering the legacy of César Chávez

Eighty seven years ago this Monday, César Chávez, a hero of the labor and civil rights movements, was born on a small ranch in Yuma, Arizona.

Women’s History Month: UFCW Celebrates the Life of Addie Wyatt

Addie Loraine Cameron, better known as Addie L. Wyatt (1924 –2012), was born in Mississippi and moved to Chicago with her family in 1930.  When she was 17 years old, she married Claude S. Wyatt, Jr.

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