If you’re looking to recommend a lovely hotel in the centre of St Peter Port, and you wish to ensure that it uses Fairtrade products, Moore’s Central Hotel must be first choice. Longtime and very active supporters of Fairtrade, the hotel is a great example. Let your business colleagues and friends experience this great establishment and show support for Fairtrade!
Now under new management, but the tea room has maintained its strong support for and use of Fairtrade products. A visit is highly recommended. A relaxing time in picturesque surroundings, enjoying lovely food and drink. While away the time and chat with friends; or play golf; or take the children to feed the ducks, ride on the train, explore the sculpture trail and check out Mon Petit Monde for that unique gift or a wide selection of Fairtrade foods.
Tell your friends and make a date!
The fine weather is just another reason to visit one of our many supporters of Fairtrade, including:
Mon Petit Monde @ Sausmarez Manor, St. Martin’s
Blue Horizon Hotel, St. Martin’s
The Tea Room @ Sausmarez Manor, St. Martin’s
Moulin Huet Tea Room, St. Martin’s
MEET THE BRANDS DOING BUSINESS DIFFERENTLY
Some companies were created to make trade fairer. Meet the brands that are pioneering innovation in Fairtrade.
It’s not just business as usual, these companies have created their entire businesses with producers at the heart of everything they do.
Some of them have been working towards fairer trade with producers long before the FAIRTRADE Mark existed. Their pioneering work made many multinational companies switch to Fairtrade, and they continue to innovate with new products, new ways of empowering farmers and new ways of trading. Their work is vital to the future of Fairtrade.
Find out who these brands are, what they do and most importantly – what you can do to be part of making their vision a reality http://www.fairtrade.org.uk/doingbusinessdifferently
Then speak to us in Fairtrade Guernsey to see how your business can play its part in supporting producers.
Wednesday 8 March will see pupils baking 100’s of cakes using Fairtrade ingredients, kindly provided by the Co-op. Then, on Thursday 9 March these great Fairtrade cakes will be served to people attending the Capelles Soup Bowl between 12.00 noon and 1.00 p.m.