Plans unveiled for giant vegan extravaganza in Manchester in May

Over stunning stalls showcasing the best of the vegan lifestyle will perform at the Manchester Vegan Festival this summer.

Manchester Vegan Festival offers a one-stop-shop for vegan products, with stalls offering everything you need, including vegan toiletries, fashion, food, pet products, jewelry, shoes, makeup and more.

Manchester-based catering companies include authentic Eritrean and Ethiopian cuisine from House of Habesha and vegan street food company Seitan’s Kebab. Other catering companies include Greek vegan delicacy, vegan vfish and chips from There’s No Catch, and VDogs will sell their irresistible selection of vegan hot dogs.

Food and beverage stalls include Manchester’s Kind Hearted Chocs, a craft vegan chocolate shop that specializes in handmade selected boxes. Root2Ginger will offer their range of fiery, spicy mint and hefty ginger drinks produced in Manchester.

Manchester-based Teatime Collective will offer a range of vegan cakes. And Bolton-based Vegan Infinity will sell a wide variety of cakes, brownies, truffles, small bites and bars.

Other stalls include natural and organic vegan toiletries from iUVO Skincare, Eden Perfumes and fashion from Slogan Clothing and Viva la Vegan.

There will also be a booth selling Bo’s Book, a new vegan cookbook featuring simple, easy-to-follow recipes (for both dogs and humans!) Where all the profits go to help needy dogs in the animal welfare and education organization Miracle’s Mission.

Also exhibits the ultimate vegan food and camping experience taking place in June 2023 – VFest UK. This brand new optimistic event features exciting headlines, yoga, family entertainment, fun shows, international speakers, stalls, global catering companies and more.

Charities and non-profit organizations participating include Greenpeace, Huglett’s Wood Farm Animal Sanctuary, Plantlife, Viva !, Woodland Trust and WWF.

In addition, Miracle’s Mission, a non-profit animal welfare organization working with sick, injured and disabled animals worldwide, is participating. Its mission is to create a safe place for endangered animals, to inform about the needs of neutering both pets and orphans and to neuter orphaned dogs and cats to prevent the birth of more animals on the street.

The event helps raise valuable funds for the animal welfare organization Miracle’s Mission. 100% of any proceeds will go directly to charitable animal welfare organizations as the festival is voluntarily run.

Manchester Vegan Festival takes place on Sunday 15 May 2022 from 10.30am to 4.30pm at the Bowlers Exhibition Center, Longbridge Road, Manchester M17 1SN, admission £ 5, (under 16 years free) or £ 15 for VIP tickets in advance from Eventbrite, which includes a quick entry and a bag of goodies full of vegan products, samples, discounts and offers.

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