Introducing our FRESH LOOK delicatessen range, handpicked to bring you the very best of local and international flavours, now available at your Grand Marché stores.
From national award-winning pies to the finest locally-made cheeses, visit our brand-new, fresh #CoopDeli and try something new today.
At the Channel Islands Co-operative Society, we believe in supporting local.
This is why our new Deli has local producers at the centre of our range, bringing the very best of local created right here in our community.
La Crémière was started in July 2015 by two local Grouville ladies Annie Fenwick and Shelly Dodds. They spotted a gap in the market for artisan products using Jersey cream and butter. Being big fans of salted caramel from Brittany they launched Jersey Salted Caramel using Jersey cream, butter and sea salt.
La Manche Smokehouse was formed in 2012 by Sam and Matt, initially as a platform to experiment with artisan techniques and share our love of food with a wider audience. Our smoked salmon proved an instant hit and the catalyst for the formation of our artisan operation. After the initial success of our salmon they wanted to develop a product made solely from consistently available local ingredients, this led them to our oak smoked butter.
Unable to find the sort of hot chilli sauce in Jersey that he had enjoyed during his youth, Kerwan Mohun began making his own, using a recipe his father had given him. He gave samples to friends and family, eventually setting up his own business in 2012.
Jon & Jenny Hackett began their family-run meat and pie business over 15 years ago as a hobby from their home in Brooklands Farm, St Brelade. The business has grown from a few cows, which Jon used to show at the various cattle shows, to a small range of animals which mainly include an assortment of rare breed pigs namely Saddleback, Oxford Sandy and Gloucestershire Black Old Spots.
As well as fresh pork, the Hackett’s make their own sausages, burgers, bacon pies and other products, sold around the Island under their Brand name of ‘Me and the Farmer’ or Brooklands Farm.
Darren and Julia Quénault of Classic Herd are the Island’s only independent dairy farmers milking and making fresh dairy products on site at Manor Farm in St Peter’s Village.
In addition to producing milk, butter, yoghurt, cream, cheese and ice cream, Classic Herd also produces beef and pork on the farm, and stocks a wide range of local healthy natural produce available in Classic Farm Shop.
In 2012 Classic Herd Golden Blue soft cheese won silver at the World Cheese Awards and Darren and Julia have won bronze and silver at the British Cheese Awards.
The Channel Islands Co-operative Society is proudly working alongside Marcus, Trev and The Calvani Group to bring delicious new ranges with local and international flavours for our Deli.
La Rue le Masurier, St. Helier, Jersey JE2 4YE.
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