Sydney Vegan Market

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Moore Park has a monthly vegan market selling ethically made food, fashion and beauty products

On the third Sunday of every month, Sydney Vegan Market brings together 100 stalls selling 100 per cent plant-based food and drink, homewares, fashion, art and cosmetics from some of the biggest names in cruelty-free shopping.

They started life in the Inner West, but from August 19 they’ll be popping up at the Entertainment Quarter in Moore Park each month for a full day of eating, shopping, activism and education. The benefits of the new digs include 2,000 car parking spots and heaps of green space to spread out on a picnic blanket and devour that Soul Burger. It’s also dog friendly and there are ATMs within easy reach.

You can expect to see stalls from the likes of Suzy Spoon’s Vegetarian Butcher, Nalini’s and the Cruelty Free Shop, plus Over the Moo, Treat Dreams and Chunky Dave’s peanut butter. For ethical beauty, fashion and homewares there’s Devine Oils, Hunter soy candles and Great Makes vegan footwear and accessories.

From August, there’ll be TENT Talks to give business owners, activists and experts the platform to share their passion and upcoming projects in ethical living. And if you’re making a day of it, there’ll be free yoga and pilates classes, face painting and acoustic performances from local singers and musicians.

By: Emma Joyce

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