G J Growers Ltd Classic Herd Ltd Rondel’s Farm Shop Woodside Farm Shop Le Lay Nursery Manor Farm, La Route du Manoir, La Vieille Grange, La Rue du Becquet Vincent, La Hocquarderie, La Rue Coutanche, La Route de Vinchelez St Peter, JE3 7DD T: 485562 Trinity, JE3 5FH T: 863566 Trinity, JE3 5DU St Ouen JE3 2DB Farm 865969 | Flowers 863451 T: 484172 Classic Herd’s farm shop sells dairy products which are all Rondel’s Farm Shop offers a range of fresh fruit made on site. These include milk, cream, ice cream and and vegetables. Most of the vegetables are grown www.flowerexpressjersey.com GJ Growers is the Channel award winning soft cheeses like Classic Brie. Seasonal by neighbours who run small farm units and the Woodside is a traditional Jersey Island’s largest commercial fresh vegetables, Jersey beef and free range pork, vegetables are freshly picked, up to four times farm which grows a wide range conventional pepper and long sweet sausages and bacon are also available. a day. Genuine Jersey of vegetables. Genuine Jersey pepper grower, run by father and son team meat is also available tender beef, geese and turkeys Graham and Mark Le Lay. They also sell a range from the Country are also available. of speciality produce including chillies, Butcher. okra and Thai aubergines. Mouriers Valley SPAR Express La Rue Du Temple Didier Hellio Fruit & Vegetables ST OUEN ST MARY CHECKERS Manor Farm, Vinchelez, St Ouen ST JOHN St Ouen, JE3 2DB T: 482734 M: 07797 717947 Handois Reservoir Didier Hellio grows a range of seasonal vegetables which TRINITY are available from his farm ST MARTIN stall in St Ouen. SPAR Sion Stores SPAR La Route de Beaumont Dannemarche Reservoir ST LAWRENCE Independent Val de la Mare St Ouen’s Reservoir Pond LOCALE - Filling Station La Route de Beaumont Maufant Holme-Grown GRAND MARCHÉ ST PETER Rue de L'Egilse CHECKERS La Rue au Long, Fauvic, Retailers Les Mielles Millbrook Grands Vaux Reservoir Les Grands Vaux Airport SPAR Reservoir David Place Grouville, JE3 9SH CHECKERS Red Houses LOCALE CHECKERS Val Plaisant T: 851881 CHECKERS Quennevais LOCALE LOCALE Val Plaisant SPAR Parade Shops www.holmegrown.com La Route des Quennevais Goose Green Marsh Bagatelle Road Fresh Genuine Jersey produce is also ST BRELADE Beaumont ST HELIER CHECKERS Bath Street SPAR - Five Oaks Parade Shops Queen’s Valley Reservoir Holme-Grown sells farm CHECKERS CHECKERS First Tower Queen's ST SAVIOUR fresh produce, home-made available in most supermarkets: Road LOCALE Charing SPAR Cross Bath Street GROUVILLE cakes, preserves and freshly Co-operative Stores CHECKERS St Aubin GRAND MARCHÉ La Rue le Masurier baked bread. Hampers Checkers Stores CHECKERS Mulcaster Street CHECKERS are also made to your ST AUBIN Longueville requirements. Spar SPAR Roseville CHECKERS Red Houses Street LOCALE SPAR La Route du Fort La Rue le Gros Georgetown Homefield Growers ST CLEMENT Homefields, La Grande Route de Farmers Portelet Common LOCALE Farm Fresh SPAR St Clement's Coast Road St Clement, St Clement T: 852949 Markets La Grande Route Organics Cooke’s Roses de la Cote Homefield Growers is run by Trevor Many Genuine Jersey La Bienvenue Farm, Le Passage Farm, Le Passage Le Brun and grows 70 different members regularly attend La Grande Route de St Laurent, St Lawrence, JE3 1GP crops – the largest range grown by any farmer in Jersey. the farm and craft markets St Lawrence, JE3 1GZ T: 861773 T: 863124 Crops include a comprehensive salad range, root held in St Aubin. These take www.farmfreshorganics.com www.cookesrosefarm.com vegetables, peppers, chillies and tomatoes. place on various Saturday Farm Fresh Organics is run by Steven and Linda Carter. Roly Cooke’s farm shop sells mornings throughout the They have an organic farm and sell a wide range of a range of vegetables, honey, year. For exact dates, please visit seasonal crops. They also sell eggs produced by chutneys, marmalade and free www.genuinejersey.com/events. their organic chickens. range eggs. Buy local Seasonal Recipe Why buy local? produce on made with 1 Think Jersey your plate local produce Eat seasonally Nothing tastes better than the first Jersey Royals or strawberries of the season. Fresh seasonal local food is likely to be fresher and Jersey Royals Thyme roasted fillet of sea bass more flavoursome than food shipped long distances from other countries. The Island’s most famous produce with sautéed Jersey Royal new 2 is harvested in May and June but few Islanders realise just how potatoes, served with buttered Support local agriculture bountiful the Island is; our mild asparagus Supporting the local farming industry ensures climate means a wide range of that the Island’s characteristic landscape produce is available throughout continues to be preserved and that the Ingredients (serves four) the year. industry remains sustainable. • 20 Jersey Royal new potatoes 3 Fruit and vegetables • 4 Sprigs of thyme Reduce food miles More than 100 varieties of fruit, • Salt & pepper ‘Food miles’ are the distance food travels from vegetables and herbs are grown • Baby spinach where it was grown or raised, through the in Jersey. There’s asparagus and • 4 Sea bass fillets (8oz) distribution process before finally ending up aubergines, strawberries and sage, not to mention a wealth • 20 Stems of asparagus in your shopping trolley. Buying local seasonal produce reduces carbon dioxide emissions, of organic crops. packaging materials and waste. 4 Preserve the environment Method Seafood • In a sauté pan, add a knob of butter and melt. Buying local and fresh produce means we can Fishing is popular around the Island’s shores. Depending • Add the potatoes and fry until golden. reduce excessive and expensive packaging - all on the season, there are superb quality shellfish, hand you need is a shopping bag or basket! Good dived scallops, lobsters, chancre • Add the thyme and seasoning and place in the oven. farming methods also help preserve the crabs and spider crabs. Oysters • In a non-stick pan, place the sea bass skin side natural environment. 5 and mussels are also farmed in down and fry until golden. local waters, as are turbot. Sea • Turn the fillets over and leave to gently finish cooking. Support the local economy bass, bream, brill, conger, grey Meanwhile boil the asparagus. What better way to support the local economy mullet, mackerel, sole and rock salmon are also available. • Turn the fillets over and leave to gently finish cooking. than to buy from local shops? We have • Place a good spoonful of potatoes on four plates some fantastic farm shops, small stores and supermarkets which stock locally grown www.genuinejersey.com and place the sea bass on top. items. Make sure your money goes back into Locally reared meat • Serve with baby spinach and buttered asparagus supporting our farmers and growers. 6 Look for the logo before you buy Guinea fowl, chicken and duck are all reared in the Island and a Provenance/traceability number of farmers produce veal, tender Jersey beef and lamb. Savour the flavour Wouldn’t you like to know that the hen which Pork is also popular and sausages, laid your eggs led a happy life or that your Clos, La Mare Wine Estate bacon and gammon can be bought pig was well fed? Knowing where your food A fruitier aromatic wine made with comes from and how it is grown or raised Genuine Jersey was launched in 2001 to promote in many farm shops. Reichensteiner, Huxelrebe and Seyval enables you to make informed choices about the diversity and quality of local produce and the Blanc grapes. Bottled relatively young, the origins of your food. skills and materials involved in their production. the resulting wine is fresh and fruity with Today the distinctive Genuine Jersey logo is seen A full list of seasonal produce is available from honey, figs and grapefruit flower on the as a byword for the best the Island has to offer. www.genuinejersey.com/seasonal nose and palate. Absolutely delicious!
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