The Bailiwick of Jersey, a British Crown Dependency, comprises the island of Jersey plus several uninhabited islands. It is the largest and more populous of the Channel Islands, and is situated in the English Channel, near Normandy, France. The capital city is St. Helier. A form of the Norman language, Jèrriais, remains an official language, alongside English. Financial services and tourism are the backbone of Jersey’s economy. Its primary exports include potatoes and flowers, and its dairy industry is world renowned.