A new neighborhood market
Earlier this month, Key Food Stores Co-operative opened a store in the Windsor Terrace neighborhood in Brooklyn, N.Y., under a new banner, Windsor Farms Market.
Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams, former Brooklyn borough president Marty Markowitz, a representative from Sen. Kevin Parker’s office, Councilmember Brad Lander and Assemblymember James Brennan joined Key Food executives including CEO Dean Janeway, COO George Knobloch, VP of strategic planning Chet Koby and VP of business development John Durante at the opening day festivities.
On-site chefs create the prepared foods in the deli.
The deli also includes a make-your-own salad station.
The bakery sells products from local vendor Amy’s Breads. Other baked goods are scratch-made in the store.
The meat department features a large selection of organic items.
Seafood is delivered fresh daily and includes live lobsters (left). Bread and crackers are merchandised alongside a sizeable cheese section (right).
The produce department has a mix of organic and non-organic fruits and vegetables.