Many goods and products were sourced from Cornwall including the gifts given to leaders and delegations. We have listed the suppliers below.
Maggie’s Mobile Barista, a small independent Cornish family business who aim to be environmentally friendly from crop to cup.
Falmouth-based furniture designer.
The St Ives
Run by 3 sisters (Tegen, Ainslie and Safi) all from St. Ives, whose gift shop celebrates the best bits of St. Ives and surrounding areas. Sourcing from local artisans, wood smiths to candle makers, potters to seamstresses, a unique range of designs which will be showcased at the Summit.
The Perranporth-based eco-company is the first in the world to make reusable coffee cups by recycling paper single-use cups.
The Cornish Larder is owned by a young Cornish couple based in Wadebridge whose mission is to celebrate Cornish food and drink.
Kern is a mobile coffee and cake business run by twin sisters Maren and Kris.
Furniss who have been crafting quality biscuits since 1886 when master baker John Cooper Furniss opened his first teashop in the centre of Truro. Being widely available from retail shops, the company is providing traditional Cornish treats for delegates.
Atlantic Blankets is a family run business based in the seaside village of Perranporth. Owners Gemma Teague and Alistair Graham create timeless products for a priceless future. Revelling in the might of the Atlantic Ocean, and the environment that provides year-round inspiration, from farmstead to bedstead, the entire journey of the blankets is thought through, making sure every step is as sustainable as possible.
Kernow Chocolate set up shop in 2005 to help put food on the family table; many years and a lot of hard work later, they are Cornwall’s largest artisan chocolate maker, supplying to shops, tourist attractions and little hands everywhere.
the riverbird studio
Jill creates nature-inspired linocut prints from her home studio next to the Penryn River in Cornwall.