Sydney’s iconic monthly vegan market is back and bigger than ever so if you haven’t already checked this plant-based baby out—you need to.
The first thing you need to know is that the Sydney Vegan Market is an absolute mecca for vegan creativity, for tasty plant-based food, and for four-legged friends (yep, she’s dog-friendly).
To shop, you'll need to BYO cups, containers, cutlery, straws of the metal kind, and non-plastic bags to minimise plastic and wastage. Vendors will also be supplying food and drink using bio-plastic and cardboard packaging and this can all head straight into the market's composting bins.
It may have had a lengthy hiatus (thanks lockdown) but there's a raging line-up of stallholders ready to crank out vegan delights like banh mi, souvlaki, cookies, doughnuts, chocolates, plant-based mac 'n' cheese, burgers, dumplings, and pasta.
And to keep your mind at ease, the crew behind Sydney Vegan Market will be operating under a COVID Safe Plan, there'll be physical distancing reminders and markets across all vendors, hand sanitiser and face masks are strongly recommended.
And, if you can't make it this weekend, don't worry. From now onwards, The market will be happening at Sydney Olympic Park on the third Sunday of every month.
For more details on the Sydney Vegan Market head here.
What: Sydney Vegan Market
When: Sunday 19 December, 9am - 4pm and then every third Sunday of the month
Where: Cathy Freeman Park, Sydney Olympic Park
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