13 Mar VeggieWorld. The trade fair for a vegan lifestyle
Everything we consume has an impact – on our bodies, on animals, on other people, and on the environment. So, the aim is inspire people to follow a plant-based lifestyle.
VeggieWorld is about gaining something, and not about renouncing anything. The next edition will be held on 16 and 17 March at PMQ, Central. There, you’ll get to know products that can’t be found in the supermarket, and you’ll discover vegan enjoyment. Further strengthened with tips and tricks by movers and shakers, producers, chefs and well-known people from the scene. You will also find plant-based clothing and cosmetics that make no compromises when it comes to form, colour and style. You’ll meet market entrants, people who have opted out, lateral thinkers, people who do things differently, and people who make things happen. You’ll meet people who live completely vegan and people who would like to see what a vegan diet is like and who would like to get to know this approach, step-by-step.
Exhibitors may sell directly on site as usual. In addition, there is a special focus on inviting trade visitors. There will also be an extensive supporting programme with international speakers.
Over 7.4 million people live in Hong Kong – even according to the most pessimistic statistics, over 150,000 of them live vegetarian or vegan and over 1.6 Mil. at least call themselves flexitarians according to a recent survey. More than 50 vegan restaurants and a very active NGO (plant-based) scene already make Hong Kong a veggie city.