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From vegan samosas to vegan brownie peanut butter jars and from pies to candles – there will be lots of stalls selling their vegan wares at the second ever vegan market at Baltic Market on 27th May. Veganuary may be over but veganism is on the rise and the idea is to celebrate that with some of the best local businesses. The market will take place in The Baltic Market with lots of amazing street food traders to choose from. Vegan pizza, falafel wraps and lots more will be on offer as well as their usual menus. There’ll also have some special vegan wines on offer at the bar.

The doors open at 11am and the market will go on until 3pm. The food market and bar will stay open until 12pm. Everyone is welcome – including children and dogs. You don’t have to be a vegan to enjoy it. More info here.

Here’s 20 reasons to make sure you come down:

All The Gluten Free Pies

The Slices Of Cake From Cakehole

This Chocolate From Vegan Choc

The Organic Veg Box From Root 22

Vegan Candles From Chemist & Co

Sweet And Spicy Goodness From The Chilli Jam Man

Rainbow Bagels from The Bagelry

Mini Matta’s

Homemade Chocolate From Coco Baroque

Jars Of Fermented Kimchi From Love Kimchi

The Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake Jars From The Nakery

These Perfect Samosas

The Vegan Cupcakes From Zebra Kitchen

The Vegan Merch From Things I Care About

Fresh Juices From The Baltic Juicery

Vegan Butter From Our Paula

Vegan Sushi From Sane Food

Special Vegan Wines

Vegan Specials From The Street Food Traders