Top 3 Vegan Markets in London
According recent research 7% of UK population is vegan, that indicates that veganism has seen 700% growth in last 2 years. Animal welfare was shown as the most popular reason for people to turn the animal friendly way. Scroll down to see our selection of top 3 vegan markets in London.
Health risk was the second most common reason. But whether your reason, the market does grow and it is getting easier to get the products you need or like.
With more and more vegan fans, market with these goodies is growing. And what better place to introduce your food or vegan goods than a street market. Because who doesn’t love street market?
Today we are gonna have a look at the favourite vegan markets in London.
The Spread Broadway Vegan Market
London’s first ever weekly vegan market with its Street food traders, vegan producers and bars is running every Saturday from 10am till 4pm.
The Spread does cooperate with a hand-picked community of food producers and street food traders. You will get spoiled for choice weather you are vegan, vegetarian, paleo or pascatarian. You will find it at London Fields Primary school every Saturday.
Fat Gay Vegan Markets
Fat Gay markets gives you opportunity to visit their market at 2 different locations every weekend.
- Hackney Downs Vegan Market is the original. It was brought to you in order to keep the vegan business and it did worked. However, it is not all about the food here, you can pick some vegan candles, soaps and another goodies while stocking up on cheese and yogurts. Entry is free and you can find it at Hackney Downs Studios.
- Fat Gay Vegan at Venn Street is where you would head in South London. It does take over one third of the iconic Venn Street market. You will definitely come back for the collection of vegan traders. Entry is free.
SOHO vegan market
Market in the heart of Soho lunched just this year on Saturday the 14th of April 2018 and it did earned a lot of fans straight away. Since London’s population of diary and meat free diet supporters is growing fast. You are able to get everything from Vietnamies to pie and mash.
Food looks stunning and tastes even better. So if you are wondering around the City centre on Saturday and you would like to have a bite of something, SOHO vegan market definitely has a lot to offer.
Anyway, There is a lot to choose from in London and everyone will find something they love. We can just hope that business will grow more outside of London as well. And that events like VegFest will attract more and more people in year 2019.