FairTrade Jersey Suppliers
CHANNEL ISLANDS CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY
The Channel Islands Co-operative Society stock a range of over 200 fairtrade products.
Please visit the Society website for a list of all products stocked, and details of the Society food stores.
Various Stores Islandwide
CAFE DES SPORTS
Cafe des Sports at Les Quennevais Sports Centre has long been a supporter of Fairtrade.
Cafe des Sports, Les Quennevais Sports Centre
MARKS & SPENCER
Marks & Spencers is operated in Jersey as a Sandpiper franchise.
M&S have an ethical and environmental sustainability programme, called Plan A, that’s at the heart of everything they do. Fairtrade is a key part of that. It’s about better prices, decent working conditions, local sustainability and fair terms of trade for farmers and workers in the developing world. Ethical trading, in short – and that’s what they believe in.
They have a wide range of Fairtrade products in their foodhalls, all of which help small-scale farmers and growers by paying them a Fairtrade price and a premium that protects against volatile market forces.
Address: Several locations around the island including King St, St Clement, St Brelades, St John, St Peter.
WAITROSE & PARTNERS
Waitrose is proud to support the work of the Fairtrade Foundation; promoting sustainable development in communities around the world.
Waitrose sell a range of own-label and branded Fairtrade products in their stores, all of which have been purchased under Fairtrade terms and promote decent working conditions through positive trading relationships.
The Jersey Oxfam Shop stocks Fairtrade chocolate, tea and coffee among other Fairtrade products. They also supply various schools and farmers' market stalls with Fairtrade products to enable them to reach a wider audience.
New Street, St Helier