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Secrets of Brooklyn Heights’ Key Food, Gristedes Revealed in Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal reporter Anne Kadet recently moved to Brooklyn Heights, and has written a story about the supermrket scene. She likes Key Food on Montague Street, which is handy to her new digs–she even likes Gregory the Mannequin–but is put off by the high prices. She is even more dismayed by Gristede’s prices, which […]

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What’s Next for Workers at Montague Key Food?

Less than a week after Mamadou “Mohammed” Doucoure was demoted from his position as Assistant Manager to “overnight stock boy” at the Key Food on Montague Street,  he claims store owner Enrico Palazio threatened him with a disciplinary measure for punching in a few minutes early. “I was standing by the time-clock, and a customer […]

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Key Food Union: Workers Have “Outstanding” Contract

In response to our story about worker Mamodou “Mohammed” Doucoure’s allegations of employee mistreatment at the Montague Street Key Food, Patrick Purcell Jr., Director of Special Projects, UFCW Local 1500 writes to BHB: Any member who feels they have not been properly represented has a legal right to go to the National Labor Relations Board. […]

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Fighting for Workers’ Rights at Montague Street Key Food

The Key Food on Montague Street gives the appearance of a friendly neighborhood grocery store, a place that you can’t imagine to be “worse than a sweatshop.” But Mamodou “Mohammed” Doucoure, who has worked for Key Food for more than 15 years, said they “bring about fear in their employees.” “Open your mouth and you […]

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