Vevolution Partners With LA's Eat Drink Vegan For London Event
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Vevolution Partners With LA’s Eat Drink Vegan For London Event


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LA’s popular vegan festival Eat Drink Vegan has partnered with Vevoluton for this year’s event in London – which its founders say is set to be their ‘biggest yet’.

Eat Drink Vegan

The annual event, debuted in 2016 by Judy Nadel and Damien Clarkson, will take place in November – and feature an Eat Drink Vegan stage, focused on the culinary side of the plant-based movement.

Vevolution Co-founder Judy Nadel told Plant Based News: “We are delighted to have Eat Drink Vegan participate in Vevolution Festival 2018.

“This is the latest in the series of collaborations between Eat Drink Vegan and Vevolution which saw us head to LA earlier this year to participate in the Seed Food and Wine Festival as part of Eat Drink Vegan Festival.”

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‘Global movement’

The stage will showcase leaders in London and LA’s vegan food scenes, including the explosively popular Henry Firth and Ian Theasby of food blog BOSH! – key players in the growth of the plant-based movement.

Vevolution Co-counder Damien Clarkson told PBN: “We see Vevolution as part of a global movement of consciousness and by working together both Vevolution and Eat Drink Vegan are gaining new global perspective to make us more effective in encouraging the world to make positive choices when it comes to how we live and what we eat.”

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