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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Potage Farm

    (Laurent Coenen)
    Hello, my name is Laurent Coenen and I am a young Jersey farmer, I have my own land down the country lanes in St Lawrence. I have always been interested in farming, continuing in the footsteps of my grandparents, Bill and Sheila Staite, who farmed at Oak Farm.
  • VegieBag

    (Steve Carter, Steve Jones)
    VegieBag is a weekly home delivery service of fresh seasonal organic produce which comes in bags with a choice of sizes and grown by local producers.
  • Steve and Jacqui Jones were committed to organic principles long before they started farming in 1998.