Grown in Jersey for over 130 years, there are 20 small farmers on the island whose only focus is on their jersey royals and grow no other crops.The Jersey soil is light and well drained and many farmers still use seaweed harvested from Jersey beaches as a natural fertiliser (it is known locally as Vraic). Jersey has some of the most formidable tidal flows in the world, and the strong movement of the sea deposits large quantities of vraic on the shore. The potatoes which are harvested from the sloping fields are lifted out of the soil by hand and the extra level of care doesn't stop there, with painstaking quality checks and careful packaging to ensure they're at their freshest and finest when they reach your door.
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We know you love supporting local, independent producers and knowing exactly where your food comes from. We also know that there are some extra bits and pieces that you really need to make that order as complete as possible. Being too rigid about local sourcing, doesn't actually help our suppliers, as it means we're sending our customers elsewhere to complete their shop. We always seek to be as transparent as possible - so you can make an informed decision about what you want to buy. So we’re delighted to have teamed up with Alex from the esteemed organic wholesaler Langridge Organic. Langridge work with specialist growers from around the UK, Europe & the rest of the world operating a local buying policy: "We always source from the closest possible producer providing they meet with the quality standards our customers expect.” In time with more local customers, farmers will be able to grow a broader local range - ok, maybe not bananas, but more varieties at more times of the year, all produced closer to you.Find out more
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