Workers want locals to switch brands in solidarity and TKC notices there hasn't been much cooperation on that front.
Nevertheless, the fight for media attention seems to be going well . . . Rare link to a paywall article because we know there are a lot of local subscribers to the nation's paper-of-record . . . Read more:
The workers at a Frito-Lay plant in Kansas have been on strike since July 5, protesting forced overtime that has led to what they call "suicide shifts" with little time for them to sleep or see family.