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New Venue Satisfies Sweet Tooths Organically

There’s a new place in the heart of Naples to satisfy one’s sweet tooth in a healthy manner. Adelheidi’s Organic Sweets offers natural gelato, international pastries, French croissants, crepes, cake, coffee, chocolate and more at 505-C Fifth Avenue South.

Co-owners Jens and Marion Schuppenhauer say they use only organic ingredients in their homemade and daily fresh baked offerings. They also invite customers to watch them demonstrate their expertise in their open kitchen or relax under an umbrella on the patio, where dogs are welcome.

“We think what we offer must be pure, natural and real,” they explain. “We don’t just open cans or bags, but use old family recipes.”


For more info, call 239-206-7091 or visit them on Facebook at Adelheidis-Organic-Sweets.

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