New Jersey’s largest vegan food festival, the New Jersey Vegan Festival is coming to the Meadowlands Expo Center on November 12-13.
According to the organizers:
“The New Jersey Vegan Food Festival is a two-day celebration featuring delicious vegan and plant-based dishes from local chefs, as well as vegan products, plant-based fashion, live music and good times. All welcome!”
The festival is hosted by Vegan Local. They’ve been hosting VegFests for eight years, including one in Atlantic City last July.
The mission of Vegan Local is:
To make New Jersey a more compassionate, healthier, and happier place to live by bringing vegan-friendly foods, products, and nonprofits together with people from the Garden State. We are committed to building a community across the state and bringing vegan pizza to every city.
The festival also offers courses, programs and a book club!
Some of the providers are:
The Bumbling Bee Vegan Junk Food & Burger Bar with their “Mother Clucker” sandwich
For us cookies
Happy to have bare life
The Feasty Vegan with their Vegan Bandit Cheese
Secret vegan kitchen
Vegan baked goods
The Spice Sisters
The Naked Botanicals with their herbal teas
Vegan mac and cheese
Vegan Hot Dogs
Vegan ice cream specialties
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