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Sponsors

Massive thank you to our sponsors for 2016:

 

A Well-Fed World

Bute Island Foods

Essential Trading Cooperative

JASON Natural Care

Koko Dairy Free

Mono

Rebel Kitchen

The Flying Duck

VeggieVision

Yaoh

 

A WELL-FED WORLD

A Well-Fed World is a U.S-based hunger relief and animal protection organization. Programs include: Plants-4-Hunger (a vegan gift-giving alternative to Oxfam and Heifer International), Ethiopian Vegan School Lunch Partnership, Global Grants, and Humane Facts. Detailed research and advocacy highlight the harm of animal agriculture on global hunger and climate change.

www.awfw.org
www.facebook.com/awellfedworld

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Bute Island Foods

Bute Island Food is thrilled to be back for another year at VegfestUK with their 100% dairy-free products. Melty Red Cheddar and Mild Cheddar styles are perfect for melting onto pizza, pasta and of course Sheese on toast! Also, don't miss out on the Sweet Chilli flavour which is deliciously smooth and creamy, with a mild, yet cheekily well-balanced hint of spice! Bute Island's Vegandeli vegan mock meat has also made waves since its launch in 2013.

www.buteisland.com

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Essential Trading Co-operative

'Essential Trading is a Bristol based worker co-operative, established in 1971.  We wholesale, manufacture and distribute sustainable wholefoods, ecological house products and cruelty free body care items in the UK and beyond.  As well as running two shops called Harvest in Bristol and Bath.

Fairtrade, vegetarian, vegan, organic and GMO free.

essential-trading.coop

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JASON Natural Care

JĀSÖN Natural Care are the leading natural family brand in the UK. They've been around since 1959, offering natural care to families for three generations. Products are vegetarian and vegan friendly, and the whole range is BUAV certified. The range is made following the JASON Code of Honour

- select safe, wholesome, natural ingredients
- rigorously test every formula to ensure safety and efficacy
- never test on animals
- constantly innovate and improve

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jasonnaturalcare
Twitter - https://twitter.com/jason_natural

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Koko Dairy Free

Koko Dairy Free is one of the best vegan milk alternatives on the market. An exquisite blend of coconut making this a very tasty drink it its own right, with considerable health properties too, such is the nature of pure coconut. The milk can be used on cereal and as a drink and in a variety of recipes that call for milk, and of course brings a distinct flavour to any recipe.

www.kokodairyfree.com

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Rebel Kitchen

Rebel Kitchen make dairy-free coconut mylks that contain no refined sugar, additives or preservatives. Mylks have a base of three simple ingredients: coconut milk, Somerset spring water and organic date nectar. They are suitable for vegans, those following a paleo diet, and are gluten, nut and soy free.

rebel-kitchen.com

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The Flying Duck

The Flying Duck is more than a bar-club. 

Within the confines of their walls, you can find sumptuous food and drink, of course. All their food is 100% vegan and free from animal produce and they’ve been working hard to provide a decent whack of gluten-free options too.

The Flying Duck have added some new drinks to their already pretty decent selection. Expect a host of new wines for you to sip your way through, some simply to die for small batch gins and the latest flavoured ciders to hit bars, Blind Pig.

Look further and you’ll see all their clubs, gigs and events – anything from a weekly alternative pub quiz (hosted by possibly two of the funniest people ever) to an open platform performance evening, followed swiftly by our Thursday, Friday & Saturday night clubs…super fun.

Open until 3am every night, you’ve got all the time in the world.

www.flyingduckclub.com

www.facebook.com/flyingduckclub 

Twitter @flyduckglasgow 

 

VeggieVision

VeggieVision TV was founded by Karin Ridgers, to address the lack of vegan support on TV and positive coverage in the media. VV TV is an internet TV station that brings together professional and aspiring vegan and vegetarian chefs throughout the world showing short film clips about vegan stuff.

Karin was invited to be the healthy living expert for Video Jug the how to internet TV station, is the vegan consultant for Center Parcs and has written for Leona Lewis’s blog, for the Daily Mail, Made in Essex newspaper and has a regular column in Vegetarian Living Magazine.  She was asked to represent vegetarians and vegans on Sky news during the horse meat scandal too.  She has also been interviewed 100’s time on radio stations UK wide.

VeggieVisision TV has big plans, a new look about to go live with lots of new video clips too. There are regular competition with vegan prizes, a dating portal with state of the art dating technology and even a cashback site where you can save and earn money!

See VV TV on social media and sign up for our regular newsletter too.

www.veggievision.tv

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Yaoh

The UK's original hemp firm, with selection of hemp foods and bodycare available on their stall outside the Main Marquee by the main entrance, all at a fantastic Buy One Get One Free special offer for the day. Products include hemp protein powder, dehulled hemp seed, hemp oil and their award winning hemp bodycare range - see www.yaoh.co.uk for details.

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