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  • 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.
  • Jersey Cottage Treats

    (Thomas Fallon)
    We bake the very best quality Christmas cakes to sell at Jersey’s markets. Our cakes are full of fruit and spices and we pride ourselves on their moistness and richness. Jersey Cottage Treats is the result of a passion for great traditional and seasonal cooking.
  • Jersey Cupcakes

    (Vicki Hudson)
    At Jersey Cupcakes we believe that to make the finest goodies, you must first start with the finest ingredients available. We test our products constantly and choose carefully, using only the freshest ingredients and where possible local products in our bakery.
  • 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 Delights Photography

    (Marilyn & Michael Cook)
    Michael and Marilyn are two budding photographers always on the lookout for the unusual photograph. Michael tends to favour the sea shots with particular emphasis on water and wave movement whereas Marilyn enjoys the richness of colour from the beautiful sunsets in Jersey. Their cameras are always at the ready as they never know when an opportunity will pop up and that unusual shot appear. They have an extensive range of Jersey photographs that can be found on www.jerseydelightsphotography.com.
  • Jersey Evening Post

    (Lorenzo Nardone)
    Founded in 1890, the Jersey Evening Post is the Island’s leading news and advertising medium, providing comprehensive coverage of Island issues and events, as well as information and entertainment. This Genuine Jersey product is created and printed six days a week at the JEP’s headquarters at Five Oaks, St Saviour. As our masthead slogan proclaims, we aim to be ‘At the heart of Island life’.
  • 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 Island Sea Glass

    (Victoria Bardsley)
    Jersey Island Sea Glass, launched in January 2017, creates artwork and jewellery using sea glass and pebbles collected from Jersey's beaches. Sea glass and pebbles are unique souvenirs which have been tumbled and polished by the oceans forces for many years or even decades.
  • Jersey Kitchen

    (Tony Sargeant)
    We are a small artisan charcuterie company specialising in making hand-crafted charcuterie of the highest quality using locally raised Genuine Jersey pork & beef.
  • Jersey Naturally

    (Sheila Baudains)
    My interest in photography started when I was just 14 years old. I became a professional photographer in 1994, and following an accident have been taking pictures as a hobby ever since.
  • Jersey Oak

    (Simon Bellwood)
    Founded in 2007 Jersey Oak with values of sustainability, uniqueness and excellence Jersey Oak manufactures handcrafted sustainable furniture a stone’s throw from the sea in Grouville. In addition to a broad range of indoor and outdoor furniture, fixtures and fittings and household accessories Jersey Oak also provides bespoke joinery solutions including flooring and hardwood refurbishment with unparalleled commitment to customer service.
  • 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 Plants Direct

    (Janice Wills)
    Jersey Choice Limited grows and delivers top quality bedding and other plants for consumers throughout the UK. The plants are grown in Jersey and sold through the company’s Island-based direct marketing arm, Jersey Plants Direct.
  • 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 Turbot

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

    (Jonathan Le Maistre)
    Jonathan Le Maistre Tree Surgery Ltd is one of Jersey's leading professional tree management companies. Our fully qualified teams work in all aspects of arboriculture, from small private client work to utility companies and property development contracts.
  • Jools Holt

    (Jools Holt)
    I am exploring ways to transform traditional Jersey monuments, buildings and features into modern day icons so that they can reappear today as part of contemporary living.
  • Joy Langdon

    (Joy Langdon)
    Joy Langdon falls into the category of Islanders who came to Jersey to work the summer season and ended up staying on. She met and married a local man and raised two children.
  • Juice4Life

    (Sue Wallace)
    Sue Wallace has recently launched her new business Juice 4 Life, with the goal of helping 'you break the cycle of an unhealthy lifestyle and enhance the quality of your diet by simply increasing your intake of fruit and vegetables, this is what I have done and felt so much better for it.' Sue told us more about the story of her business and her plan to 'spread the word of juicing'.