The market runs on Saturday 16th March from 10-2.30pm at Exeter Corn Exchange, Market Street, EX1 1BW. Entry is FREE. Parking, bus and rail info here. There is lift from street level up to the market.
Here is the line up of stall holders and a bit about our Fringe Hangout Space taking place within the market.
The aim of the market is to promote veganism and cruelty free living to protect animals and the environment. Help us reduce waste – please bring your own bags and food containers!
Exeter Friends For Animals
EFFA consists of a wide diversity of people who campaign locally in Exeter on animal issues. If you would like to join EFFA, please come and chat at the stall in the main foyer! EFFA will also have info on other local campaigns.
The Fringe Hangout Space
Join the conversation, come and have a chat about any aspect of veganism, ask questions and meet other vegans. With friendly people, comfy seats, activities for children and a recipe book table for inspiration. You’ll find the Fringe in the room directly behind you as you come up the stairs.
The Big Kebabski *NEW
Serving up seitan burgers. Street food business specialising in vegan kebabs. All food, dips, sauces and even “vegan meat” are homemade according to their unique recipes.
Serving up a breakfast menu with sausage and scramble wraps; sausage rolls and sushi rolls. Plus mac n cheese with pesto and extra cheese sauce; red wine and mushroom shep’s pie with gravy; and salad boxes. Vegan catering for festivals, weddings and birthdays. Based in Cullompton, cover the south west.
The Really Good Food Co
Will have paninis: breakfast panini; mama’s marinara with ‘meat’ balls; harissa roasted veg; and green griller. They’ll also have filled artisan baguettes: chuna salad; beetroot falafel; waldorf; and coronation chicken style.
Hot Drinks also available with all proceeds to EFFA. Only £1.00. You can also refill your water bottles in the drinks area.
Free vegan food tasters! Including tasters from Bute Island, Clearspring, Moo Free and Seasons Exeter.
Exclusive hand-made, machine embroidered garments and accessories. Everything made from sustainable organic materials. Bags, key rings, and necklaces containing sugar solutions to revive tired bees.
Offering a range of savoury bakes and pastries, alongside cakes, snacks and sweet treats. All carefully made by hand in Exeter. Expect new flavours at every market as well as the classics… and the meanest Lemon Drizzle in all the land! All gluten-free.
Bohemian Chic Minerals *NEW
Vegan mineral make up: foundation, lipstick, eye shadow, blush, high lighter, mascara, eyebrow liner.
Butter Bike Co
Peanut butter made in Exeter – choose from Rugged, Almost Smooth, Smoked Chilli, Cinnamon Raisin and Dark Chocolate.
Cherry Tree Preserves
Top quality handmade jams, marmalades, chutneys and pickles from Somerset. Plus Monarch liquers, handmade in Devon.
Independent chocolate house selling fresh handmade chocolates.
The ever-popular fermented drink Kombucha, in a variety of flavours.
Dartmoor Chilli Farm
Eco-friendly chilli farm based on the edge of Dartmoor. Indulge all your chilli cravings with chilli sauces, chilli oils, dried and fresh chillies, chilli preserves and chilli chocolate
Dark Moon Chocolate *NEW
Vegan chocolate truffles and dark moons. Lots of flavours including salted caramel, strawberry creams and honeycomb and orange.
Devon Against Hunting
Join their March Against Hunting on Saturday 23rd March. Meet in Belmont Park, Exeter at 12 noon. DAH is comprised of individuals from communities across Devon coming together to support each other in their opposition to hunting. Support, campaigns, awareness, monitoring.
Dough Eyes *NEW
Freshly hand-made vegan and palm oil free doughnuts. All fillings and glazes are made in-house. A range of flavours will be available, some classic and some new!
Ebb Tides Seaweeds
Ebb Tides harvest seaweeds of the Devon Coast and create products for the table.
Run a venue for new families. Focus on reusable products, breastfeeding and slings. Washable sanitary towels, baby wipes and nappies.
Quality vegan t-shirts, prints, pennants, stickers and patches from Newquay, Cornwall. Hand-drawn, ethical, low-carbon, organic. Designed to encourage conversation and promote veganism and the benefits of a vegan lifestyle.
Good Carma Foods
Specialise in a range of vegan cheese. Includes the Flavour Fusion Range of parmesan alternatives and new product Spread Sensation – a cashew based mature cheddar cheese alternative.
Ground Up Cookery
Jams, chutneys, ferments and vegan hunny’s. With a focus on seasonal and foraged foods.
How On Earth
Specialists in seitan meat alternatives, including Southern Fried Chicken style, and ‘ham, ‘bacon’ and pepperoni.
EFFA will be featuring iAnimal, bring your meat-eating friends for a unique immersive experience into the lives of farmed animals.
The Incredible Brewing Co
The Incredible Brewing company is a small brewery in Bristol producing real ales and craft beers. They’ll have 500ml bottles all presented in beautiful packaging.
Vegan travel company that offers vegan hosted solo holidays.
Little Gift Boxes
Handmade origami gift boxes made from reclaimed, preloved, upcycled handcut paper such as vintage sheet music, old atlas & road maps, graphic novels, kids’ annuals (eg Beano, Dandy), discarded illustrated art books, etc. Eco-friendly and zero waste.
Little Orange Fox
Hand printed T shirts, bags and lino print cards.
A husband and wife team committed to producing ethical, organic lifestyle products. They’ll have handprinted t-shirts and reusable produce bags.
New breads include Walnut loaf and Fig & Fennel Spelt loaf alongside Naturally Bread’s inimitable Cheezey Breadsticks! Plus Focaccia Breads, Quiche and Chocolate & Peanut Butter Bites.
The Natural Spa
Vegan toiletries including soaps, shampoos, conditioners, bath salts, body scrubs and accessories. Plus zero waste travel/starter kits, where 50% of the profits go to Jacobs Ridge Animal Sanctuary.
New Haven Project
100% natural vegan soaps, shampoo, cosmetics and eco soy candles, vegan hunny and preserves. All profits go to their rescue animals.
Original Mojo Picón, sauces from the Canary Islands, Spain. Flavours are mango & habanero, red pepper, coriander & jalapeno and hot curry. Plus olives and caramelised almonds with mojo.
Handmade tie-dye, fabric patchwork and quilting, jewellery, fabric-covered note books, bags and baskets.
Colourful range of bags, garments and ornaments made from cotton, hemp and resin (no wool or silk). The products are handmade fair trade in Nepal. Rickwells Himalayan is an emerging business founded and run here in Exeter.
Rock Chiropractic *NEW
Offering free spinal and posture screenings for anyone attending the market, plus vouchers and free advice.
Ethical clothing and lifestyle shop on Fore Street, Exeter.
Local organic veg producers with organic vegetables, herbs, salad and fruit.
Soap and Pamper *NEW
Soaps, shampoo lip balms, soap dishes, exfoliating bags, wash mitts, cosmetic bags, bath salts, gift boxes.
Thimble and Thread *NEW
Made in the heart of Exeter using repurposed second hand or vintage textiles and trimmings: zip purses, lavender bags, mini bunting, hand printed cards.
Tickety Boo *NEW
Layer cakes, scones, tarts, cupcakes, brownies, macaroons, bakewell, Welsh cakes, wagon wheels and more.
Topsham Homeopathic Practice
Cath Sleigh Homeopath will be available to chat to and will also be bringing some Helios Remedy Kits for sale, including for companion animals. Homeopathy is a complete system of medicine that uses natural substances to stimulate healing of the whole person.
Handmade, organic and palm oil free savoury snacks and sweet treats bursting with flavour! To include filled naan bread, pizza pinwheels, cheese and pesto twists, garlic mushroom rolls, lentil pasties, aquafaba meringues and strawberry scones with jam and cream.
Join us on the Facebook event page. Exeter Vegan Market is coordinated by EFFA and Fairfoods.
1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 9th, 10th, 13th and 18th photo by Rooted Exeter and 12th photo by Jenny Steer with many thanks. If you would like to use any of these photos please contact Rooted Exeter/ Jenny Steer for permission. Everything at the fair will be vegan.
Vegans don’t use animal products, for a cruelty-free lifestyle. Find about more about going vegan at veganuary.com.