Union offices closed temporarily

Local 1428 will be closed for in person business and activities from December 14, 2020 thru December 21, 2020.

We have staff who have tested positive for COVID-19. Because of this we have staff quarantining at home and have asked anyone exposed to schedule a test. We have conducted contact tracing and notified anyone who may have been exposed.

Staff will be working remotely and will be available to assist you.

Please leave a message and we will return your calls as soon as possible.

If you need to reach your union representative, below please find their contact information. All voice calls will be forward to reps once left.

Jason Chung – Phone: 909-626-3333 ext. 228
Email – jasonchung1428@outlook.com

Phil Meza – Phone: 909-626-3333 ext. 280
Email – phillipmeza1428@msn.com

Kory Singh – Phone: 909-626-3333 ext. 227
Email – ksingh1428@hotmail.com

(Not sure who is your union representative, leave a message on the representative of the day line – 909-626-3333 ext. 276)

For general questions please call contact 909-626-3333 or email – ufcw1428@msn.com

If you need to contact the benefits/pension dept please call 909-626-6800 

Benefits staffers emails:


The Food Trust Fund can also assist members at 877-284-2320 or website:  scufcwfunds.com to access your benefits portal

The Drug Trust Fund can also assist members at 877-999-8329 or website:  ufcwdrugtrust.org

If you need to contact the membership dept please call 909-626-3333 or email ufcw1428@msn.com

The safety of our members and staff are our number one priority.

We will keep you updated as changes occur.

Victory for UFCW Pharmacists – Sept. 18, 2020

The California Board of Pharmacy adopted regulations that reinforce standards set out by SB 1442 (Wiener), the No Pharmacist Left Alone Law.

These new regulations couldn’t have happened without our member pharmacists’ witness and testimony, grassroots advocacy, and tireless dedication to their patients that inspired the bill and fueled the drive to implement it and enforce it.

Our member pharmacists have stood out, going above and beyond their normal duties to ensure their public health role is not compromised by short staffing, especially during the COVID-19 public health crisis.

These first in the nation regulations will help protect patients by requiring stores to make a designated, qualified staff member available to help pharmacists at the pharmacists’ request.

SB 1442 was signed into law in 2018 in response to chronic understaffing of retail pharmacies that often led pharmacists to work alone for hours on end, compromising patient safety.

We applaud the Board of Pharmacy, their legal staff, the Department of Consumer Affairs, Senator Scott Wiener, Governor Gavin Newsom and his staff, and our many pharmacist members whose powerful witness and testimony, grass roots advocacy, and tireless dedication to their patients inspired the bill and fueled the drive to implement it.”