Having a large presence within the Channel Islands, we represent a significant proportion of the community, employing a workforce of over 1,000 Channel Islanders which means we take our commitment to the community very seriously.
We recognise the growing concerns in relation to climate change and single-use plastics and the implication that may have on our local environment. As a successfully growing business, we set an example by measuring and reducing our carbon emissions and energy consumption.
Our focus isn’t just on the impact we have within our local community, but how we affect communities around the world. We do our best to inform, educate and motivate our members and customers to buy Fairtrade products, to help make a difference to producers in the developing world.