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.