Four Farm Stalls

Get a flavour of the real Jersey

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What’s more authentic than shopping at a farm where local produce was grown or reared? In Jersey, the field to fork journey is far shorter ­ you can even pick up a real taste of the island at local farm­run roadside stalls where you leave payment in an honesty box.
Whether you’re planning a Jersey picnic, or just want to taste some of the island’s produce, fresh from the farm, the island’s farm stalls are worth a stop.
Here are four to try:

Local strawberries in the heart of Jersey’s countryside

Jersey Strawberries, outside La Hougette Farm, La Route de St Jean, St Lawrence

Discover a roadside stall packed with punnets of freshly picked, fragrant strawberries grown by farmer Joe Freire and perfect for summer snacking. We defy you to get home without eating any on the way! In summer, look out for freshly picked bunches of anenomes, dahlias and sunflowers too.

Find it: Follow La Route du Mont Cochon north, it’ll turn into La Route de Saint-John and Joe’s stall is just opposite the junction with La Rue des Saint-Germain

A family-run farm stall, open every day

Didier Hellio's Farm Stall, Manor Farm, Route de Vinchelez, St Ouen

This jam-packed stall is full of delicious seasonal crops with a colourful array of homegrown fruit and vegetables direct from Didier and Christine Hellio’s farm. Open every day, it’s ideal for stocking up for a beach picnic.

Find it: Follow La Route de Vinchelez towards Plemont beach, and after you’ve passed Le Chemin de L’Etocquet on your right, turn into the driveway on your left where you’ll find the farm stall.

Tasty local pork pies and sausage rolls

Me and the Farmer, Brooklands Farm, Longfield Avenue, St Brelade

Look out for the trailer farm stall ‘by the pigs’ just past the turning down to St Brelade's Bay. It's packed with local meat, pork and sausages flavoured with local ingredients from farmer Jon Hackett's rare breed saddleback pigs. Hungry? Don’t miss the delectable pork pies and sausage rolls. There are even homemade galettes during the summer…

Find it: Drive along the A13 (Route des Genets), pass the turning down to St Brelade’s beach (Le Mont Sohier) on your left and continue until you see the roadside stall on your left.

Pick up Jersey Royals with a view of the sea

Jersey Royals, Le Feuvre Farms, Chemin de la Brecquette, St Ouen

St Ouen is home to a real variety of hedge veg roadside stalls, but a favourite has to be this roadside stop with a sea view. With the slipway of La Saline just a few hundred metres away, you’ll find bags of just-dug Jersey Royals in season, freshly grown vegetables and bunches of flowers. Leave your money in the padlocked honesty box.
Find it: Head west along St Ouen’s Bay to L’Etacq and follow the signs to La Saline. Chemin de la Brecquette is the narrow lane leading to the sea.

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