Anna Athas, owner of Fardoulis Chocolates in Kogarah, says they are open for business


The owner of Fardoulis Chocolates in Kogarah, Anna Athas, has reassured customers that her business is still open for business and offering click and collect to valued customers.

On Tuesday, a COVID alert was issued for a business with a similar name – Fardoulis Sweet and Nuts. This caused customers to call Ms Athas to enquire about her business, The Leader reports.

READ MORE: Greek owned shop listed as NSW exposure site, VIC and SA to lift lockdown.

“We are deeply sorry to hear the unfortunate linked COVID case to Fardoulis Sweets and Nuts, Mum and Dad’s Nut Factory at 129 Princes Hwy Kogarah next door to the Medical Centre on the corner of South Street,” Ms Athas told The Leader.

Fardoulis Chocolates is a popular shop in Kogarah.

“Our shop is located at 105-109 Princes Hwy Kogarah some distance away. We are COVID Safe, have a COVID safety plan and are not affected by the COVID case as we are separate entities.

“I understand there was some community concern with the news announcement.

“Our Chocolates are available to order online or contactless click and collect. We are also offering free delivery for the Sutherland Shire and the St George area for orders over $50.”

Source: The Leader.




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