NEW YORK — When an independently owned Key Food store in Brooklyn’s Coney Island staged a grand reopening last month after Hurricane Sandy virtually destroyed it last year, several Key Food Stores Co-operative executives were on hand. The support they showed at the festivities — and throughout the reconstruction process — reflect a new approach to doing business at the cooperative, according to Gino Palummo, vice president of business development at Key ...

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