Crosstown Doughnuts is launching an all-vegan stall at the award-winning Brockley Market in south London.
The move follows the brand opening its first-ever all-vegan outlet in Marylebone.
Crosstown will have a stall at the market every Saturday, from 10am until 2pm (or until they sell out of donuts).
The stall will stock all nine of the vegan flavors each week, including seasonal flavours exclusive to the vegan range and five flavors that are otherwise only available at the vegan Marylebone store.
These include Vanilla Glazed, Chocolate Truffle, Cinnamon Scroll, Peanut Butter Berry, Tropical Compote, Forest Fruit, Apple Pie, Coconut Custard & Lime, Blood Orange & Pistachio.
According to a spokesperson for the brand: "Crosstown started out as a single market stall back in 2014, and despite their ongoing retail expansion, they continue to trade at markets across London as they love the unique community atmosphere and diversity of people and produce that can be found at each different market location."
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