Airmall opens Natalie’s Candy Jar at Cleveland Hopkins International

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Retail operator Airmall USA has added a new candy shop to its retail offering at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, Ohio, USA. Natalie’s Candy Jar will be located at the entrance of Concourse C and will feature a bright 450ft2 space adorned with giant lollipops, candy bars and jelly beans.

The store will be the first and only location where customers can purchase creations from renowned Cleveland chocolatier Albert Malley outside of a Malley’s store. Passengers will discover a variety of Malley’s confections, including Milk Chocolate Pretzel Crunch and Crunch Bars, Peanut Butter Cups, Pecan Billybobs, Buckeyes and milk chocolate covered pretzels.

Tina LaForte, vice president of Airmall Cleveland, said, “With Natalie’s Candy Jar joining the Airmall roster, we are pleased to enhance the shopping and dining options for travelers. We are honored to be the only seller of the famous Malley’s Chocolates outside of Malley’s stores. Now, travelers from all over the world can taste what our city has to offer.”

Fred Szabo, interim airport director at Cleveland Hopkins Airport, said, “We are excited to add a unique destination for our travelers. They can experience one of Cleveland’s most beloved brands, Malley’s Chocolates, while also enjoying the national brands they know and love.”

Natalie’s Candy Jar offers a range of classic candy brands including Jelly Belly, Ghirardelli, Bissinger’s, Linda’s Lollies and Marich. Shoppers with a taste for nostalgia can also find an array of retro candies.

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