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  • Daz's Dough

    (Darren Wallser)
    Daz's Dough started life as a hobby, baking artisan bread at home for enjoyment, then at the request of some friends onto car boot sales to where we are today,baking from home and supplying various outlets across the Island.
  • Deborahs Cakes

    (Deborah Christie)
    Deborah produces delicious homemade cakes baked and decorated for any occasion or celebration – wedding, christening, birthday, anniversary, corporate function or just for fun!
  • Diane C Best

    (Diane Best)
    Diane Best - who farms at Le Pavillon on the fringes of St Catherine’s Woods in the eastern parish of St Martin - is one of the largest of Genuine Jersey’s lamb producers.
  • Didier & Christine Hellio

    (Didier & Christine Hellio)
    Christine and Didier Hellio are a husband and wife team growing a range of crops at their farm in St Ouen. They supply fresh vegetables to a range of outlets on the Island as well as their own farm stall.
  • Dillys Cookies

    (Dilly Percival)
    Dilly Percival set up Dilly's Cookies in the middle 2013 to make and sell her own range of cookies, brownies, fudge, shortbread and a Canadian treat called Maple Snickerdoodles.
  • Douet Farm

    (Louise & Laurence Agnès)
    Douet Farm is a nature-friendly farm run by a young Jersey couple - Laurence and Louise Agnès. They produce naturally raised, grass fed beef and lamb on their small holding in Trinity.
  • Farm Fresh Organics

    (Steven & Linda Carter)
    With more than 200 vergées in three parishes, St Lawrence, St John and St Mary, Steven and Linda Carter are the largest organic farmers for the local market.
  • Farm Fuels

    (Dougie Richardson)
    Here at Farm Fuels we take a substantial number of wooden pallet boards which are used to transport goods and materials from Europe and the UK to the island, and if not suitable to be re-used due to damage etc. we recycle them to make kindling. Local government and several large local businesses support us in this endeavour and our thanks go out to them for making this process possible.
  • Fauvic Nurseries

    (Stanley Payn)
    Fauvic Nurseries in Grouville, started a century ago when William Payn began growing outdoor tomatoes on land at Rocque cooled by the sea breezes, from the Royal Bay of Grouville.
  • Field Farm

    (Jenni Liddiard)
    Born out of a passion for producing top quality local products from animals that have an enhanced quality of life, Jenni Liddiard is the force behind Field Farm.
  • Flour

    (Kirstie Taylor)
    The world is full of Cakes but we like to think ours are unique, something a little special. Our carefully developed flavours, have been tried and tested and are baked using the freshest and finest local ingredients.
  • Forge Farm

    (Elise Stubbs)
    Elise Stubbs of Forge Farm in the parish of St John is a small-scale flower grower and florist who specialises in growing English country garden flowers, wild flowers and herbs in her garden.
  • Fungi Delecti

    (Jamie Racjan)
    Tucked away at the head of a secluded valley on the north coast of Jersey, Fungi Delecti is a family-run business that prides itself on delivering a bespoke food service for commercial kitchens and for home consumption.
  • Gardening Direct

    (Janice Wills)
    Since its launch in 1996, Gardening Direct has rapidly become a leading mail order supplier of young live plants.
  • Georgie Ng

    (Georgie Ng)
    Georgie Ng is a Jersey based Photographer who specialises in landscapes. She describes the influence of Jersey on her work: “The Island’s landscape lends itself to photography, great light, rough seas and long summer days. Each day is never the same so you’re guaranteed to capture something different each time.”
  • Greengro Plants

    (Sarah Johnson)
    Sarah Johnson grows a range of plants and herbs, as well as fruit and vegetables, on her smallholding in St Peter, these are available from her road side stall on La Rue Du Petit L’Aleval. Here Sarah tells us about her business, Greengro Plants, and her journey to create an organic smallholding.
  • Hamptonne Farm Hens

    (Jon Emmanuel)
    Hamptonne Farm Limited is a small family run business based in the heart of Jersey’s traditional countryside in the parish of St Lawrence.
  • Happy Hens

    (Allan McCaffrey)
    Happy Hens is the oldest and largest producer of free-range eggs in Jersey. The company is based in Grouville – just inland from Seymour and Le Hurel slips – where approximately 8,000 hens produce around 6,000 eggs per day to meet the demand for locally-laid fresh eggs.
  • 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's Choice Bakery

    (Joe Pinzari)
    Bakes fresh bread daily, available from many local food stores and cafes.
  • 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.
  • Izzys Kitchen

    (Isabelle Jepson)
    Being French, Isabelle has always been passionate about food and cooking has always been more than something to do for an hour in the evening. For “fun” she undertook the prestigious and challenging City and Guilds Certificate in Professional Cookery and went to win both a regional and national award!!
  • Jane James

    (Jane James)
    Jane James is a ceramic artist based on Jersey, in the Channel Islands. Jane is inspired by the natural beauty of the Jersey coastline and her love of the seaside.
  • The Jersey Beekeepers’ Association is to celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2017 and will start its year of special events as a member of Genuine Jersey.