High profile blogger Sean O'Callaghan aka 'Fat Gay Vegan' will be hosting UK's first festive vegan deli in London's Camden next month.
The deli pop-up shop, which will showcase some of the finest vegan meat and cheese artisans in Britain, will be taking place across the three Thursday nights leading up to Christmas in Camden Market.
Confirmed traders at the seasonal event include: LoveSeitan, Young Vegans, The Cashew Family, Big V London, Mouse’s Favourite, Cafe SoVegan, The Butch Institute, Nutkin, and Plant Based Artisan.
Taking to social media to make the announcement, O'Callaghan wrote: "Buy cheese, meat and provisions from some of the best plant-based artisans in the UK.
"There will be seitan steaks, sausages, bacon, cheese, pantry items, and more.
"Buy provisions direct from the producers and then eat with one of the regular vegan food businesses located at the market."
The Festive Vegan Deli pop-up will be located in the North Yard, Camden Market, and will take place on Thursday 7, 14, and 21 from midday to 8pm; entry is free.
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