Key Food Stores Co-operative said it would debut a new banner, Windsor Farms Market, later this month in Brooklyn.
The store in Brooklyn’s Windsor Terrace neighborhood will offer customers a full deli department with prepared foods made by on-site chefs, a scratch bakery, fresh seafood including sushi along with fresh produce and of fresh produce and organic and non-organic products.
“The community asked for a grocery solution and we’re here to deliver,” Key Food VP of business development John Durante said in a statement. “It’s so exciting to open our doors to the Windsor Terrace community.”
Local officials and Key Food executives will attend grand opening ceremonies at the store, located at 589 Prospect Ave., July 20. Based in Staten Island, N.Y., Key Food is a cooperative of more than 180 independently owned and operated grocery stores with $1.6 billion in annual sales.
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