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Opened only about 8 months ago, the country’s largest bakery, Espiga d’Ouro, which can produce 800,000 loaves of bread a day, now faces problems, with distribution workers, bakers and assistants going on strike on Monday, leaving thousands of loaves unsold.
In only its few months of operation, Espiga de Ouro has registered several strikes by workers, who complain about the lack of intervention by the labour authorities to address their concerns.
Contacted by O País, the managers of the bakery, which is owned by Premier Grupo Mica, said that for the time being they are not available for comment.Source: O País
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