Seattle Chocolates will open a store in Sea-Tac Airport on Nov. 18. COURTESY IMAGE

Seattle Chocolates will open a store in Sea-Tac Airport on Nov. 18. COURTESY IMAGE

Seattle Chocolates to open store in Sea-Tac Airport

Tukwila-based Seattle Chocolates is opening a permanent store in Sea-Tac Airport.

The store, in concourse C, is set to open on Saturday, Nov. 18. It will be open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.

The new store will sell a wide selection of locally crafted jcoco and Seattle Chocolate products, including chocolate truffle bars, truffles in more than 20 flavors, chocolate tasting flights, handmade caramels from Whidbey Island and a variety of other unique gifts. Travelers can also book their Experience Chocolate factory tour at the store. The Seattle Chocolate factory is just a few miles from the airport at 1180 Andover Park W. in Tukwila.

Additionally, as part of the company’s annual #chocolategives campaign for every Seattle Chocolate or jcoco chocolate bar purchased (3 ounce size or equivalent) until Dec. 31, the Seattle Chocolate Company will donate a fresh serving of food to a family in need.

For more information, visit seattlechocolates.com.

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