Londoners: A Weekly Vegan Market Is Launching In Your City

The Metro has called 2017 'the year of the vegan' when reporting on the market launch
Club Mexicana will be serving its infamous vegan burritos at the market (Photo: Club Mexicana Instagram)

London's first ever weekly vegan market will be launching this month.

The market - which is called Broadway Vegan Market - will be opening on September 30.

Reporting on the market launch, major UK paper Metro has also called 2017 'the year of the vegan'.

Market

More than 30 traders will be serving vegan bites, including Club Mexicana, SpiceBox, Little Leaf Food, and the Dough Society.

The market aims to be a go-to destination for plant-based eating, with Young Vegans, The Sunny Spoon, and The Vegan Butcher also joining the line-up.

Broadway Vegan Market will open from 10am to 4pm at London Fields Primary School - and will be there every week after that.

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