A new vegan festival is coming to Manchester this May with over 80 stalls

Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian or looking to go vegan, this event has everything you could possibly need all under one roof
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A recent Mintel study has revealed that half of Brits limit their meat intake or don’t eat meat, with 49% limiting their meat intake or not eating meat at all, up from 41% in 2020.

Manchester Vegan Festival is set to provide inspiration for those thinking about reducing their meat intake or going vegan, as well as those who already have.

Over 80 fantastic stalls showcasing the best of the vegan lifestyle will feature at the Manchester Vegan Festival on Sunday 15th May.

Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian or looking to go vegan, this event has everything you could possibly need all under one roof. 

Manchester Vegan Festival provides a one-stop shop for vegan products, with numerous stalls providing everything you could need including vegan toiletries, fashion, food, pet products, jewellery, shoes, makeup and much more. 

Manchester-based caterers include authentic Eritrean and Ethiopian cuisine from House of Habesha and vegan street food business Seitan’s Kebab.

Other caterers include Greek Vegan Deli, vegan vfish and chips from There’s No Catch, and VDogs will be selling their irresistible range of vegan hotdogs.

Food and drink stalls include Manchester’s Kind Hearted Chocs, an artisan vegan chocolate shop which specialises in handmade selection boxes.

Root2Ginger will be offering their range of fiery, spiced mint and fierce ginger drinks produced in Manchester.

Manchester-based Teatime Collective will be offering a mouth-watering range of vegan cakes.

And Bolton-based Vegan Infinity will be selling a wide range of cakes, brownie, truffles, small bites and bars.

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

There will also be a stall selling Bo’s Book, a new vegan cookbook that features simple, easy-to-follow recipes (for both dogs and humans) with all the profits going to help needy dogs at animal welfare and education charity Miracle’s Mission.

Photo: Vegan Sweet Tooth London

Also exhibiting is the ultimate vegan food and camping experience happening in June 2023 – VFest UK. This brand new upbeat event features exciting headline acts, yoga, family entertainment, fun shows, international speakers, stalls, global food caterers and much more. 

Charities and not-for-profit organisations attending include Greenpeace, Hugletts Wood Farm Animal Sanctuary, Plantlife, Viva!, Woodland Trust and WWF. Also attending is Miracle’s Mission, a non-profit animal welfare organisation that works with sick, injured and disabled animals worldwide.

The event helps raise valuable funds for animal welfare charity Miracle’s Mission. 100% of any proceeds will go directly to animal welfare charities as the festival is fully volunteer run.

Manchester Vegan Festival takes place on Sunday 15th May 2022 from 10.30am to 4.30 pm at Bowlers Exhibition Centre, Longbridge Road, Manchester M17 1SN, admission £5, (under 16s free) or £15 for VIP tickets in advance, which include a fast track entry and a goody bag full of vegan products, samples, discounts and offers. Click here to find out more. 

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