The market runs on Saturday 25th May from 10-2.30pm at Exeter Corn Exchange, Market Street, EX1 1BW. Entry is FREE.
Parking, bus and rail info here. There is a lift from street level up to the market. The venue does not allow dogs, except assistance dogs.
Here is the line up of stall holders and caterers, 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!
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 and ask questions. With friendly people, comfy seats, vegan jenga 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
Serving vegan kebabs. Street food business with their own trailer, specialising in vegan kebabs and burgers. All food, dips, sauces and even “vegan meat” are homemade according to their unique recipes.
Hot food to be confirmed. Will have sausage rolls, sushi and a salad bar. Vegan catering for festivals, fairs, weddings and birthdays. Cover Exeter, Tiverton and 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.
Vegan food tasters! Come and try out a variety of vegan cheese tasters from Bute Island and Seasons Exeter so you can find the one you like best. Plus tasters from Moo Free.
Rich chocolate brownies, layer cakes, tray bakes and sweet treats along with a range of picnic-style savouries and slices. All freshly handmade in Exeter, all gluten free.
BASE Info Shop *NEW
BASE is a vegan community co-operative in Bristol. Famous for its Sunday evening meals run by volunteers. They’ll be selling radical books, stickers, CD’s, and zines as a fundraiser.
Bohemian Chic Minerals
Vegan mineral make up: foundation, lipstick, eye shadow, blush, highlighter, mascara, eyebrow liner.
Peanut butter made in Exeter – choose from Rugged, Almost Smooth, Smoked Chilli, Cinnamon Raisin and Dark Chocolate.
Independent chocolate house selling fresh handmade chocolates.
The ever-popular fermented drink Kombucha, in a variety of flavours.
Dark Moon Chocolate
Vegan chocolate truffles and massive chocolate dark moons, lots of flavours including peanut butter and caramel, white chocolate and passion fruit and cappuccino.
Devon Against Hunting
Individuals from communities across Devon coming together to support each other in their opposition to hunting. Support, campaigns, awareness, monitoring.
Devon Botanicals *NEW
Ceramic plant pots, some with cactus plants, pasta bowls, mugs and larger bowls. Plus bath salts, home made flannel bags, shampoo bars and facial oils.
Freshly hand-made vegan and palm oil free doughnuts. All fillings and glazes are made in-house. A range of Spring inspired flavours will be available as well as some classic flavours that sold out super fast last time!
Run a venue for new families. Focus on reusable products, breastfeeding and slings. Washable sanitary towels, baby wipes and nappies.
Women’s health and fitness. Fully qualified and experienced in ante/postnatal fitness, and menopausal fitness, as well as pelvic floor healing. Run pre/postnatal classes and courses in Exeter. Also work with women who are peri-to-menopausal. Vegan-owned.
Fravocado *NEW for this year
Ice cream sundaes: Oreo Cookie, Parma Violet and Avocado Brownie amongst many others! Fravocado make the UK’s first vegan avocado ice cream.
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.
Green and Grainy *NEW
Raw nutrient-dense snack bars, energy balls and cakes. Flavours include peanut and date caramel, cherry coconut macaroon, chocolate orange, lime ginger coconut and raspberry almond bliss.
Ground Up Cookery
Jams, chutneys, ferments and vegan hunnys. With a focus on seasonal and foraged foods.
The Hemp Pantry *NEW for this year
With Veurre vegan alternative to butter, fudge and shortbread.
Hilda’s Planet and Each Peach Creations *NEW
Hilda’s Planet will have children’s book, ‘Hilda’s Forest’, which is designed to inspire children to love and protect our planet. Each Peach offer upcycled, handmade and plastic free gifts and items including toothbrushes, straws, bags and jewellery.
How On Earth
Small family business, based in a rural Mid Devon village. They are all vegan themselves and have created their own range of delicious plant based meat alternatives, from southern fried chicken to spicy chorizo! Plus plant based ‘turkey’ style dinosaurs!
EFFA will be featuring iAnimal, bring your meat-eating friends for a unique immersive experience into the lives of farmed animals.
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.
Donuts. Flavours include Salty AF, Biscuit Tin, Rose Gold, Facon is Good For Me, Death By Chocolate, One Hot (Eton) Mess and their signature Heavy Metal with black glitter glaze, chocolate skull and gold leaf. Plus more new flavours to be announced!
Mighty Ant *NEW
Illustration based prints and cards with a focus on wellness, sustainable living and veganism.
With their inimitable Cheezey Breadsticks and much more more! Cakes, brownies and savouries, all baked in Exeter.
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.
Peace, Love and Bananas *NEW for this year
With cakes and desserts including vegan lemon meringue pie! Peace Love and Bananas provide bespoke cupcakes, baked goods and catering.
Polymath Arts Handmade tie-dye, fabric patchwork and quilting, jewellery, fabric-covered note books, bags and baskets.
Ethical clothing and lifestyle shop on Fore Street, Exeter.
Local organic veg producers with organic vegetables, herbs, salad and fruit.
Vegan small batch soaps and skin products: soaps, facecloths, soap dishes, facial oil and cleansing grains.
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.
Two Drifters Brewery *NEW
Craft beer and rum. Vegan and carbon negative brewery and distillery.
Join us on the Facebook event page. Exeter Vegan Market is coordinated by EFFA and Fairfoods.
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 10th, 15th, 16th, 19th, 21st and 23rd photos by Rooted Exeter with many thanks. If you would like to use any of these photos please contact Rooted Exeter 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.