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  • Heritage Jersey Apple Press

    (Hans van Oordt)
    Hans van Oordt is a garden designer by profession and moved to Jersey 16 years ago. He lives at Field House with his three sons George, Theo and Magnus.
  • Homespun

    (Irene Dawkins)
    Irene developed an interest in spinning more years ago than she cares to remember.
  • Island Boho

    (Leonie Dean)
    I am a local artist making eco-conscious bohemian style creations for you, your home, businesses, gifts & special occasions. I specialize in handmade macramé, coastal art and home décor.
  • Island Kids

    (Samantha Fleming)
    At Island Kids we make gorgeously unique clothing for little ones from 0 to 8 years old. Featuring bright, bold and fun patterns and prints our children’s clothing is made to delight its wearers with all the characters that make their childhoods special.
  • Island's Choice Bakery

    (Joe Pinzari)
    We have been trading since 2012. Our products are made by our committed and skilled teams, suppling local supermarkets (also online), schools, caterers, care homes, corner shops, hotels, cafes, restaurants and takeaway outlets.
  • It's A Sign

    (Chloé Fosse)
    It’s A Sign is a local Jersey business making hand-painted wooden signs, it is owned and run by Chloé Fosse. Chloé started the business is 2013 and since then her signs have become more and more popular.
  • Jan Conneely

    (Jan Conneely)
    Jan's Craft - Doodle Wire. I’ve worked in many different mediums throughout my ongoing practice, from working with glass and pebbles, to life size cement figures (much to the annoyance of my family!).
  • The Jersey Beekeepers’ Association celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2017 and started its year of special events as a member of Genuine Jersey.
  • Jersey Dairy

    (Tony Reed)
    The Jersey breed of dairy cow originates from the Island and is quite distinct from all other breeds. Renowned for its beauty, ease of management and natural ability to produce rich creamy milk, the Jersey cow is a product of the Island, its soil and climate, the people and their history.
  • Jersey Evening Post

    (Victoria Pearce)
    Founded in 1890, the Jersey Evening Post has been ‘At the Heart of Island Life’ for over 130 years and is the leading news and information medium for Jersey, reaching over two thirds of all Islanders every week.
  • Jersey Fine Tea

    (Alicia Gentili)
    Jersey Fine Tea is a boutique producer of single-estate Jersey teas from the Camellia sinensis tea bush. The tea is sustainably grown, hand picked and prepared in small batches to elicit nuanced aromas and flavours that reflect the unique island terroir.
  • Jersey Flower Farm

    (Elise Stubbs)
    Elise is a flower farmer and florist growing at Jersey Flower Farm (formally Forge Farm) in the parish of St John. Elise’s flowers are grown without sprays, using the natural biodiversity of smaller plantings of pollen rich garden flowers to ensure that there is always something to pick during the summer.
  • Jersey Fresh Fish

    (Kevin Holden)
    I have been a full time fisherman in Jersey for 37 years. In that time I have fished in the English Channel and around Jersey and the adjacent coast to France.
  • Jersey Hemp

    (David Ryan)
    Premium British-grown CBD oil you can trust. Made from organically-grown hemp, right here in Jersey.
  • Jersey Honey

    (Shaun Gell)
    If the heart of our product range is the rich, 100% natural liquid gold Jersey honey, its soul resides within the hives of its tireless tiny procurers; the Jersey honey bee.
  • Founded in 2007 Jersey Oak manufactures handcrafted, sustainable furniture and gifts on the beautiful island of Jersey.
  • Jersey Organic Yurts

    (Pedram Padidar & Corrine Davey)
    Jersey Organic Yurts (JOY) is a locally run family business that specialises in the manufacture and rental of bentwood yurts.
  • Jersey Oyster Co

    (Chris Le Masurier)
    Jersey Oyster Company is part of the modern local aquaculture industry revival of ages-old Island traditions and food production. Archaeological evidence shows that oysters were eaten by Islanders 6,000 years ago, and were fished off Gorey, in what is now the Royal Bay of Grouville, throughout the Middle Ages. By the 19th century Jersey was one of north-west Europe's main oyster producers with an estimated two billion oysters exported to English markets between 1810 and 1871.
  • Jersey Sea Salt

    (David Miles)
    David Miles and Matthew Taylor create Jersey Sea Salt and are the most southerly solar salt producers in the British Isles. A small-scale artisan business, staying local means they can produce their sea salt in an environmentally friendly fashion, using low energy and low waste processes to turn local waters into pure salt crystals.
  • Jersey Seafood is a family run ‘fresh seafood, fishing and processing business’, we are a global export wholesale business.
  • Jersey Skin

    (Benjamin Martin)
    Jersey Skin offers a selection of moisturisers, lip balms, pillow mists, intense hand creams, scrubs and much more all containing ingredients grown on this beautiful island.
  • Jersey Turbot

    (Tricia Cowburn)
    Wild turbot is hard to come by off the coasts of Jersey, so Tricia Cowburn and family have remedied this deficiency with their successful turbot farm, accommodated in former German war tunnels at St Catherine’s Bay.
  • Jersey Wonderer

    (Collette Labey)
    Collette Labey began her journey as The Jersey Wonderer after helping her cousin bake them for a charity event in 2015. She enjoyed how baking a traditional Jersey recipe brought the family together and thought it would it be a lovely idea for a small side-line business.
  • Jo Logue

    (Jo Logue)
    I've re-discovered my passion for painting. Started in 2017 by painting mandala pebbles for family and friends, before making them as gifts. It is a relaxing and addictive hobby and I now have so many painted pebbles I would like to share with the wider public.
  • Joe Freire

    (Joe Freire)
    If there is one fruit and one vegetable that sum up the best of fresh seasonal homegrown British produce then it is the strawberry and asparagus.