STALLS full of vegan food and goods will line the city centre for Worcester Vegan Market 2021 on Saturday.

Shoppers will be able to pick up plant based treats and goods from the High Street and Cathedral Square.

There will be up to 40 stalls selling goods from artisan savouries and street food to charity stalls and clothing from 11am to 6pm.

Worcester Vegan Market is a climate positive event with organisers offsetting the associated emissions by planting a tree for every stall holder that takes part.

Stalls already announced:

No Frickin Chicken: Vegan fried chicken, burgers, bao, loaded fries, shakes and whippy ice cream.

OMishka: Handmade and Fairtrade handloom shawls, pashminas and scarves made from sustainable bamboo and recycled plastic water bottles.

Vegan Sweet Tooth: Italian vegan treats such as cake jars, deep pan pizza, tiramisu and zebra cake.

Simply Grow: Huge range of microgreens.

Worcester Vegans and Veggies: Showcasing a range of vegan cookbooks and leaflets to help guide people through a veganism lifestyle.

Veg Life: Malvern-based company selling plant based scotch eggs and savoury treats.

Butterwick Cakes: Vegan macarons and sweet treats.

The Pie Box: Vegan pies, mash and gravy as well as a small selection of cookies and brownies.

MKS Food Distribution: Fresh olives and wide range of antipasti items.

Little Bento Box: Selection of sushi rolls, salad bowls and traditional Japanese sides.

Mr A’s Events and Parties: Vegan waffle sticks, candy floss and sweet cones.

Foragers Table: Based in Little Witley, the business sells grow your own Oyster Mushroom kits.

The May Bakery: Sweet treats including their popular cookie sandwiches and more.

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What the organisers say:

Lewis Beresford, Vegan Market Company’s founder, said: “We are so excited to be in Worcester for the first time.

"We work hard to find the country’s leading vegan producers, from street food vendors and bakers to ethical clothing and cosmetic producers.

"We also work with many local businesses and can’t wait to give all of these fantastic producers the platform they deserve and introduce them to the wonderful people of Worcester.”