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Welsh Vegan Winterfest is back in Cardiff with its biggest selection of food yet

Make cheese and enjoy a party snacks demo at this year’s Welsh Vegan Winterfest 

some of the vegan food on offer at the previous event
Some of the vegan food on offer at the previous event that includes cakes and pies
Image Provided by Welsh Vegan WinterFest

The Welsh Vegan Winterfest returns to Cardiff on 8 December – where you will find everything from fair trade jewellery to artisan vegan cheeses and a rang of tase vegan street food this Christmas. 

This follows the recent news that Mars is launching vegan versions of Galaxy chocolate bars in the UK. 

The ever-growing vegan community will come together to celebrate and inspire the residents of Cardiff with a line-up of festive cookery demos and talks at its base in Cardiff City Hall.

There will be plenty of vegan street food on offer, filled with jackfruit wraps, satan burgers, homemade sauces, with “game changing” flavours and insane meat-like textures.

When asked about why the event was set up, organiser Claire Morley said, “We decided to set up this event because we love Christmas, and our big passion is veganism and helping people go vegan. 

“The Winterfest is a positive and upbeat way to learn about veganism and have an ethical, sustainable Christmas that is still filled with amazing food & gifts.” 

With Christmas being an expensive time for everybody, Claire and her team wanted to offer an alternative, ethical market with local and small business producers. 

Their workshops will inspire existing vegans and help non-vegans get the resources they need to make a positive change in their lives. 

Attendees can browse over 60 vendors selling vegan cheeses, Yule logs, Christmas cakes, mulled wine, Welsh cakes, brownies, gourmet handmade chocolates, fair trade jewellery, vegan art, cosmetics, perfumes and more!

The Welsh Vegan WinterFest provides colourful and appealing alternatives to try
Image provided by Welsh Vegan WinterFest

Eat Out Vegan Wales will be attending the event again this year. 

“We are delighted to be involved,” Tim Eovw, their spokesperson, announced.

“We love attending because of the choices of vegan food, the impressive setting of Cardiff City Hall and it is an ideal chance to get some Christmas presents.”

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