Langley confectioner partners with Seattle chocolatier

Sweet Mona’s is getting more business thanks to a December partnership forged with Seattle Chocolates’ JCOCO brand.

  • Friday, January 8, 2016 6:44pm
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Sweet Mona’s is getting more business thanks to a December partnership forged with Seattle Chocolates’ JCOCO brand.

According to a news release, Seattle Chocolates CEO and owner Jean Thompson visited the Langley shop and was taken by the taste of Mona Newbauer’s salted caramels.

“With a hug and a smile, a sweet partnership evolved bringing Sweet Mona’s salted caramels to the masses …” the release stated.

Seattle Chocolates, through its brand JCOCO, is now selling Sweet Mona’s salted caramels under its own label for $29.95 per dozen, according to the website. The candy’s description reads that the caramels are “hand made on Whidbey Island.”

JCOCO Chocolates has locations at the Sea-Tac Airport, in Bellevue, and in Seattle.

 

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