Striking workers at the Labatt Brewery Company in St. John's went back to the bargaining table Wednesday morning.
The Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Public and Private Employees said in a release that both parties have been working with a conciliator.
"Our negotiating team is committed to reaching a fair deal at the table," NAPE President Carol Furlong said in the release.
Approximately 50 workers walked out on a wildcat strike on March 25, days before their contract was to expire, because they were upset at having to train replacement workers.
They went back to work, but have been on a legal strike since April 10.