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Gopuff contractors strike for better wages and treatment

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PHILADELPHIA - Gopuff delivery drivers went on strike across the country Tuesday demanding better wages and treatment.The delivery service began right here in Philly eight years ago.

They call their employees partners and say they are in the higher-end when it comes to average income for delivery service drivers.

Adding that they are listening to the employees' concerns— still, the people out protesting feel they aren’t being heard."No drivers no GoPuff we deliver your stuff," they chanted from outside the Philly GoPuff Headquarters.Ron Moody, an organizer and GoPuff driver, said in his warehouse they get $2.75 per bag delivered, not including tips and other wages."One of my bags was 8.4 miles away," Moody said.

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