Event moved to Central Hall Level 1 & 3 at Olympia, website live in February
Big thanks to the Lifefood team for their generous support of VegfestUK 2015 :)
BOGOF until Feb 28th 2015, BOGOHP until Mar 21st 2015; pay-on-gate options also available
Massive interest in vegan lifestyle as we approach 70th year of veganism
2015 dates and venue TBC
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Big welcome to our extra large sponsors Magpie at VegfestUK London 2014!
Magpie are a London based studio who design and manufacture homewares and gifts, all with a distinctly British edge. Just like their namesake bird, the Magpie, they are inveterate hoarders and love to have their collections displayed around them.
Vegan owned, their love of nature extends to their methods of manufacture. All their products are vegan-friendly; they do not manufacture using any animal products, whether that's leather or bone china. For them, it is incredibly important to know that no animal has suffered or been killed to produce one of their products.
So their ceramics are all made from Porcelain which uses a mixture of 3 clays, kaolin, quartz, and feldspar. They do not use Bone China which is made from 50% animal bone, burnt and then ground up and mixed with the clay.
All their bags and purses are made from animal friendly cotton, pleather and polypropylene. All their cards and notebooks are made from 100% recycled paper. Their products are all listed and carry the Vegan Society logo.
They also donate 15% of every sale to their favoured charity ‘The Cats protection'. Because of their contributions, tens of thousands of cats have been fed, cared for and hopefully re-homed with loving families.