SkyMarket specialty retail offering opened at Denver International

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Denver International Airport in Colorado today (August 17) announced the opening of SkyMarket, a 2,600ft² retail store offering a unique lineup of healthy food and beverages, personal care products, and artisan specialty retail products.

SkyMarket, operated by retailers The DFASS Group and JAF Concessions, is located on the mezzanine level of the B Concourse and features a wide variety of specialty food and drinks products including locally roasted Huckleberry coffees, locally crafted ice cream from Sweet Action, grab-and-go fresh sandwiches and salads from a variety of suppliers, and Guayaki Yerba Mate organic drinks. Retail offerings include baby and pet products, vitamins, health and beauty products, work from local artists, and a large newsstand.

Neil Maxfield, senior vice president of concessions, Denver International Airport, said, “SkyMarket will bring to our passengers a unique collection of retail and food products with an emphasis on sourcing from local Colorado companies whenever possible. We are happy to welcome this new concept that will provide exciting new brands and flavors for travelers on the go.

Image courtesy of Denver International Airport

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