SEATTLE -- A unique food cooperative here is setting new standards for itself through dazzling fresh merchandising and warmth of design, in its latest remodeled store intended as an "urban kitchen." Even the inviting layout of Puget Consumers Co-op's Greenlake, Wash., unit, located in a leafy Seattle suburb, accentuates the freshness of its food. So does decor, from the store's warm brown poured-concrete floor to its cozy bulk foods alcoves and low aisles. The retail cooperative's ...

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