VeggieWorld London at Kensington Town Hall
*Please note that this is not a JVS event.
VeggieWorld – Europe’s largest and oldest event promoting a vegan lifestyle – is coming to London! Great Britain’s vegan scene is impressive with already half a million and an ever-increasing number of vegans, and well over 400 companies dedicated to producing vegan goods. Hence, VeggieWorld London invites you all to join us on an international quest to connect with, promote, share, celebrate and raise awareness of a plant-based lifestyle.
VeggieWorld attracts national and international exhibitors from across Europe, and on average 8000 visitors attend the events. The fair takes place each year in several cities in Germany, the Netherlands, France, Spain and Switzerland. 2017 will be the year for Great Britain to become part of this international community – do not miss out!
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