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Vegan Street Food Festival Coming To Glasgow Soon

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A vegan street food market will be coming to Glasgow on August 26.

The all-day event, called Strathclyde Goes Vegan, will bring together some of the city’s most exciting plant-based producers.

Although the market will be held at Strathclyde University’s Student Union, it is open to non-vegans too.

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According to a post on the event’s Facebook page: “Street food traders, live musical entertainment and guest speakers come together for a day to showcase everything vegan! Held at the University of Strathclyde Students’ Union, open to all, and entry is FREE. 

“Come along and see what our different traders have to offer!”

Traders include:

Taco Mazama – Mexican Street Food, Hummus Bar, Soy Division Glasgow, The Cran, Ranjits Kitchen, and Riel’s Vegan Pizza Slice.

The event will run from 12-8pm.

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