Frome Vegan Fair has teamed up with the Cheese and Grain to launch Somerset’s first regular, “VEGAN MARKET!”
The vegan market takes place at The Cheese and Grain on the first Saturday of the month, every other month (2 Feb, 6 April, 1st Jun, 3 Aug, 5 Oct, 7 Dec).
From food and drink through to clothing, cosmetics, accessories and gifts. This will be a fantastic opportunity to stock up your cupboards, treat yourself or treat your loved ones to something special!
If you’re not vegan, why not pop in and see why so many people are switching to this alternative way of life?
The Cheese and Grain Café will also be adding vegan options to their menu during the monthly market.
Would you like to host your own stall at this event?
Please scroll down to see our guidelines below.
For updates online visit: @fromeveganfair - @cheeseandgrain
Doors 9:00am – 2:00pm.
We love hearing from companies that would like to have a stand at our events.
If this is you then please email Jo our stallholder liaison at email@example.com with your company name, contact details, a link to your website (if you have one) and a brief description of what you do.
Note: You do not have to be vegan, but the events are strictly vegan, so only vegan goods are allowed for sale. We aim to encourage and support local businesses as much as possible, so please get in touch if you think you fit the bill. If you come from outside the area, we'd still love to hear from you!
If you are a non-food company you will be required to have
1. Public liability insurance
2. A risk assessment of your stand
If you are a food company you will only be accepted if you have the following,
1. Your food hygiene certificate
2. Local authority registration
3. An insurance company certificate with cover of five million minimum
4. A risk assessment of your stand
You will only be allowed to trade if you have fully paid for your stand before the event.
We also like to see sneeze screens are being used on food stands.
If your company has an ethical policy please include details, especially in relation to material or ingredient sourcing, fair or direct trade and low impact packaging.