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sz FRLDA, MARCH 27- MONDAY, MARCH 30, 201S BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE cape Gazette Gooey Donuts hopes to open by April By Maddy Lauria maddy@capegazette.com Salted caramel pretzel. S'mores. Fruity pebbles. Those are just a few gourmet donut flavors that will be served at the new Gooey Donuts when Coconut, chocolate chips, pretzel pieces, walnuts and sprinkles are just a few toppings that will be featured on the hot, hand-dipped, made-to-or- der donuts at Gooe.y Donuts in Mil- ton. it opens in Milton in coming weeks. There will be plenty of made- to-order chocolate chip and candy options, and even a maple- topped donut dipped in bacon bits. Of course, chocolate and glazed staples will be easy to find. What's truly special about Gooey Donuts, which will be located next to Food Lion in Mil- ton, is that owner Doug Ingram wants the business to give back to the community. "Doug is very family-centered, which is great for us here in town," Milton Chamber of Com- merce Executive Director Lisa Sumstine said. "He's interested in not just opening a business here in Milton, but being a part of the Milton community." Ingram said he hopes to give back to the community by par- ticipating with local Little League teams and hosting fundraisers for other local groups. The Seaford native moved to Milton about a year ago and found his new home to be the perfect place to start his dream GOOEY DONUTS, a gourmet donut and coffee shop, will open next to Food Lion operatorDoug Ingram hopes to open his doors soon. business. After more than three donuts that will be made to order. decades of working in criminal He expects to hire a few locals to justice, Ingram said it has been help serve customers, who will his dream to open a donut shop. have their choice of donut flavors "I've always wanted to have a and coffee. Ingram said there small donut shop that's a place will be about 24 donut flavors to for the community to connect," choose from at any given time, Ingram said. "A lot of it is going but the store will be limited to to be community-based." donuts, coffee and some bottled Ingram will lead the produc- drinks. tion of hot, hand-dipped cake The signature donut will be MADDY LAURIA PHOTOS in Milton in coming weeks. Owner and based on Ben & ]erry's Chunky Monkey ice cream, explained In- gram's business partner Debbie Rundstrom of North Cape M Iy, NJ., who said the donut will have a banana frosting with walnuts and a chocolate drizzle. "We wanted to make some combinations that really got peo- Continued on page 53 PRICES FROM $264,900 - $314,900 ;h COMM UNITIES