Authentic French cider, saucisson and a variety of fruits, vegetables and cheeses will be on offer in town this week as the Norman market returns.
Traders will be set up in the Royal Square from 08:00 from Wednesday to Friday, and be on Broad Street on Saturday and Sunday.
As well as foodie goodies, Jersey will be welcoming a French soaps and bags trader back for the first since 2019.
The organising Maison de Normandie team will also be holding a stall with a selection of quality products all made in Normandy: gin, P'tit Zef (a calvados-based aperitif), biscuits, honey, jam, and nougat.
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