Meet the producers
We have some of the finest food grown and produced locally here in our islands. From delicious Jersey Royals and local butter, to the ripest and plumpest Guernsey tomatoes – there’s nothing better than eating local. If you want good food, with a low carbon footprint and supporting island businesses, choose to buy local next time you shop.
Supporting local is good for our economy and the environment around us. We actively look to stock our shelves with local products and are proud to have local producers as partners, in many cases for years and years. In 2022 we spent £8.2 million with more than 40 local producers.
Here are just a few of their stores:
From making coffee for friends to supplying restaurants and cafes across Guernsey.
Blanc Pignon are now stocking their gelato, Jersey yoghurt, butter and flavoured ‘mooloumi’ at your local Coop.
What started as a hobby has now turned in to a business for Jon and Jenny Hackett.
Can you imagine collecting 14,000 eggs a day? Meet the couple that do.
The spirit that is making a resurgence, with a local twist
Uncover the story of Clarity Wines and learn what sets it apart in the bustling beverage industry.
We had a chat with Phani Kumar Kundeti, the man behind local artisanal chocolate company, Cocoa 42.
There is a great deal of history and pride behind Cooper & Co, one of Jersey’s oldest businesses.
Dougie learnt to pick potatoes before he could walk
The team behind Forbidden Cocktails discuss business, bars, and how important it is to support local.
Supplying Guernsey with delicious milk for hundreds of years.
Leading the way as Guernsey’s largest land user
From cow to carton since 1763.
Have you tried kombucha yet?
Perfecting a refreshing taste for almost 150 years
Who is the person behind this delicious product?
Tony Fiore says he loves being able to make something unique for a customer.
Meet Sarah Gaudion — the small-batch distiller based in Gorey Village — and learn all about Sea Level Gin.
Meet the founder behind a beer worth sharing
Using some of the world's best dairy to make vodka and gin is all in a day's work for Samuel Pierce.
Rum has never been so refined. Tidal Rum are shaping a very different drink.
How a small, family-run business rose to produce the local’s favourite loaf