Veganism is set to become one of the key food trends for 2017, with vegan food sales up by 1,500 per cent in the past year and a major international flagship vegan event is set to tap into this demand.
VeggieWorld is coming to the UK for the first time on Saturday 8 April and Sunday 9th April 2017 at Kensington Town Hall, West London.
This is Europe’s largest and oldest event of its kind, a place to discover quality vegan products and find creative, extraordinary and high-class innovations from all parts of daily vegan life.
There are over half a million vegans in the UK and over 400 companies dedicated to producing vegan goods.
VeggieWorld London could also appeal to meat reducers (almost a third of the population), flexitarians, people who are lactose and dairy intolerant, and others who enjoy vegan food and the vegan-curious.
Around 70 vegan stalls will sell a mouth-watering range of food, make-up, beauty products, fashion from around the world.
Both days will feature a program of speakers covering health and nutrition, sport, campaigning, politics, journalism and the vegan lifestyle and there will be cookery demos.
Admission to VeggieWorld London is by advance tickets available on-line from January 2017 priced £8 for adults and £6 concessions, or on the door – £10 for adults, £8 concessions. Entry is free for children up to the age of 12 when accompanied by an adult. Visit veggieworld.de/en/event/london-en for more information.