World's 'Biggest Ever Vegan Barbecue' To Take Place In The UK

Attending the event - which is in celebration of National BBQ Week - is free
The event is in celebration of National BBQ Week

A major plant-based food company is inviting people to take part in a world record attempt for the biggest vegan barbecue.  

Fry's Family Foods is holding the free event - the 'BVQ' -  from 11am-3pm on Wednesday May 30 East Side Park in Birmingham.

Attendees will be offered a complimentary vegan burger or hotdog from The Fry Family Food Co. in celebration of National BBQ Week.

1,000 free hotdogs and burgers will be given away (Photo: Fry's Family Foods)

'Delicious'

Tammy Fry, International Marketing Director at Fry's, said: "For many, it wouldn't be a British summer without a get together with friends, enjoying a barbecue while soaking up the sunshine. For people who follow a plant-based lifestyle, however, it’s not always so straightforward.

"There are so many fantastic meat alternatives; a summer barbecue really can accommodate all. This year we want to kick off barbecue season in style with the world’s biggest vegan BVQ – and everyone is welcome!

"We're looking forward to showing vegans and meat-eaters alike just how delicious a plant-based barbecue can be."

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