Chamber Council visits Cloveberry

| 15 Feb 2012 | 10:14

SPARTA — Members of the Sparta Chamber Council, an affiliate of the Sussex County Chamber of Commerce, visited Cloveberry located at 21 Main Street in Sparta. Cloveberry features coffee, paninis, wraps, soup, quiche and salads, as well as a large selection of fresh baked pastries. Cloveberry is open Monday thru Saturday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Afternoon High Tea is offered Monday thru Saturday from 3 to 5 p.m. (reservations need to be made one day ahead). Fondue Nights are offered on Friday and Saturday evenings are from 6 to 9 p.m. by reservation only. The café is closed on Sundays. View Cloveberry’s menus at or call 973-512-3074 for more information. Family-owned by Georgia, Meeta and Dev Mehta, the business model for Cloveberry reflects the owners personal belief in environmentally and socially responsible practices including the use of eco-friendly materials, local sourcing of products, and less waste. Cloveberry’s mission is to offer the finest food and beverage experience in combination with excellent customer service. Visits to local businesses are part of the Sparta Chamber Council’s Ambassador Program. Council members welcome new businesses and new owners of existing businesses to the community by bringing gifts and information about the benefits of membership in the Council and the Sussex County Chamber of Commerce. Owners and managers of Sparta area businesses may request a visit by the Chamber Council ambassadors by sending an email to or calling 973-579-1811. Recent ambassador visits and membership information about the Sparta Chamber Council can be found at