UFCW Members:Save up to $3k in member discounts!
Save money on movie tickets, theme parks, wireless bills, car insurance and more.
Your Voice is Needed!Pharmacists & Technicians:
An upcoming legislative hearing in Sacramento will have a real impact on your working conditions. Our efforts will help make pharmacies a safer place to work.
Everyone deservesan affordable place to live.
UFCW is committed to fighting for affordable housing in California.
Voting and Elections
UFCW works with community organizations, employers, and elected leaders to achieve our shared goals.
The UFCW is the only union representing cannabis workers in California. We are committed to ensuring that California consumers have access to safe products and workers entering this new industry are afforded key protections.
A Safe Food System
UFCW represents workers across the food supply chain. UFCW works hard at ensuring that the working conditions for workers in the food industry meet the highest standards of safety and that workers have the best available training to ensure that the businesses UFCW members work in produce the best products and consumers are ensured the highest quality. Workers’ rights in the food industry are directly tied to consumer safety.
Did you know? Members of our UFCW family and their families are eligible for no-cost college. Because of your UFCW membership, you and your family members can earn an associate degree online from a public, accredited community college – with no out-of-pocket costs to you. It’s all part of the value of being a member.
The UFCW Free College Benefit ensures that UFCW members and their families do not have to pay out of pocket for any tuition, fees or e-books at Eastern Gateway Community College—resulting in cost savings of thousands of dollars!
12 members of Congress call on DOJ and FTC to review Amazon deal, citing concern for low-income communities and food deserts
If you’ve been following retail news over the past month, you know the industry has been buzzing with concerns about Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods since their announcement in June.
With the passage of Prop 47, Californians have the opportunity to remove certain felonies from old criminal records, helping remove barriers to jobs, housing and education.
You must have attended a previous LiveScan event and have your print out to receive a free legal consultation.
On Saturday, July 15th UFCW Local 1428 hosted a follow-up Prop 47 – Change Your Records Change Your Life event. If you or someone you know have had your live scan done or already have your records and want to get assistance from the LA County Public Defenders office on filing to change records on qualified charges schedule below to speak to an attorney. We will have a few on site. Click the link below to sign up for a time to visit. If you have not done a live scan DOJ records request local records can be pulled up by the LA Public Defenders office but they are not as in depth as a live scan.