September 8, 2023
Are you ready for an amazing experience at the Twin Cities Veg Fest? While delicious vegan food and drinks are understandably big draws, there’s so much more to explore among our 100+ exhibitors. Whether you’re seeking compassionate products, intriguing organizations, or inspiring info, you’re in for a treat!
While we can’t list them all, here are some exhibitors to pique your curiosity.
Prepare to tantalize your taste buds with intriguing new food options from food trucks like Unbakeable (serving scoops of edible vegan cookie dough), Youniverse Foodie Waffles (Belgian waffles topped with vegan whipped cream, fruits, and other cool toppings), and Muddy Tiger Indian Street Food.
Returning favorites include The Winnesota Wonder with loaded tots, Hi Flora!, with their deep fried mac ‘n cheese egg rolls, and Reverie Mobile Kitchen with Nashville Chicken Sammies. Hi Flora! and Reverie Cafe + Bar will also be doing cooking demos with free samples on the VegFund Mainstage. The stage also features awesome speakers and the Twin Cities Vegan Chef Challenge awards. Attending any presentation enters you to win a sponsor swag bag.
Returning favorites include Pattern Percussion, offering hand-painted frame drums and vegan percussion instruments. Roseline’s Candles will light up your day with 100% vegan soy candles. Handmade by Lisrey brings you oven mitts, bowl cozies, pet bandanas, and more.
The like-minded organizations include wonderful sanctuaries Farmaste Animal Sanctuary, and Spring Farm. The Wildcat Sanctuary will also be sharing stories about their majestic big cats.
This year, we are excited to introduce some intriguing new exhibitors. Corazon Clothing will captivate you with their handcrafted clothing, jewelry, and accessories. Revy Fair Trade will showcase cool recycled rubber wallets and bags handmade in El Salvador. Lucky Strains, one of our new CBD vendors, specializes in CBD products for pets. Wenonah Body Lab offers artisan-crafted, all-natural body care products with eco-friendly packaging.
An exciting new addition is the Health Corridor sponsored by Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). It supports our theme, “Healing People, Animals, and the Planet.” Having health-oriented vendors in a dedicated area will make it easier to explore. One of the many options in the Corridor is the Plant Pure Communities booth. They provide information for those interested in transitioning to a plant-based diet. Lotus Health Foundation will share about their plant-based lifestyle medicine education.
As you can see, Twin Cities Veg Fest is a celebration of compassion and conscious living. Join us on September 17 to immerse yourself in this vibrant and inspiring community. Mark your calendars, gather your friends and get ready to embark on a joyful journey of discovery.