The Vegan & Plant Powered Show is set to take place online on Saturday, 28 November 11am-5pm.
Join us online at @plantpowerza, on28 November, 2020 for the first online food & lifestyle show. We have a virtual booth, come join us to chat or find out more about what we do and why. virtual booth: www.veganandplantpoweredshow.co.za.
Join us and a wide range of companies who will present their latest vegan and plant-based products, cooking demos and more.
The Festive Vegan & Plant Powered Show-the first online food & lifestyle show –aims to bring the vegan, plant-based and sustainable living revolution to a mainstream audience.Aimed at those looking to live and enjoy a healthier, more conscious and sustainable lifestyle with a smaller environmental footprint, the virtual event will feature celebrity cooks and chefs presenting live demos, as well as a wide range of exhibitors showcasing the very latest products from food and drink producers and lifestyle brands in the vegan and plant-based industries.The Festive Vegan & Plant Powered Show is not only aimed at vegans and vegetarians but also flexitarians, reducetarians, the veggie-& sober-curious, foodies, those looking for healthier and more ethical lifestyle choices for themselves & family, sports enthusiasts, individuals who have compromised their health, investors, restaurateurs, food manufacturers, retailers, distributors, solution providers.What to expect•Inspiration from top local and international celebrity chefs•Interactive masterclass with Simon Toohey & UCOOK SA•Plant Power Expert Talks•Vegan & Meet the chefs for premium ticket holders•The Great Big Festive Vegan Banquet•Celebrities, special guests, entertainment, unbeatable shopping and show offers.•The “Virtual Mall” shopping expoThe FVPPS will feature a host of international and local chefs in The Plant Kitchen including:•Emcee: Amy Hoppy•Chef Luke Dale-Roberts from The Test Kitchen & Jason Kosmas, Head Chef at The Pot Luck Club•Gaz Oakley, Top Vegan UK Chef aka The Avant-Garde Vegan•Simon Toohey, Finalist in MasterChef Australia 2019•Jenny Morris, The Giggling Gourmet•Chris Erasmus from Foliage in Franschhoek•Jay Mac from The Kind Kitchen•Chef Cola, African Vegan on a Budget, Zimbabwe•Dion Vengatass –SA Culinary Team•Elisha Madzivadondo–Entrepreneur and creator of “The greatest veggie burger”•Award-winning Bartender, Peter Labesi•Winner of the SA Chefs Association ‘Young Chefs Plant Based Competition’–Hope Mdakane The ProVeg SA Plant Power Talks in association with Wellness Warehouse Expert Speakers include:•Kate Aitken of Wellness Warehouse & Donovan Will of ProVeg SA –Intro•Dr Yasheen Singh, Medical Doctor: veganism / plant based eating and wellbeing from a medical perspective•Sharni Quinn, vegan foodie, coach, yogi, author: veganism / plant based eating and mental wellbeing•Lucy Bartholomew, Australian vegan trail runner: veganism / plant based as a professional athlete•Justin Smith, WWF SA, Head of Business Development: Planet-based diets -how dietary shifts can bend the curve on the negative impacts of the food system, moving from exploiting to restoring nature•Mia Smith, Consultant Dietitian at The Green DietitianThe Great Big Festive Vegan Banquet presented by Food Lovers Market will play host to 30 VIP/media guests who will be served dishes inspired by the FVPPS chefs.Join us at The Festive Vegan & Plant Powered Show to stay connected to the products, people and ideas that are advancing plant-based living. The Festive Vegan & Plant Powered Show is a must-attend event for anyone with an interest in the vegan and plant-based food and lifestyle industry. To learn more visit www.veganandplantpoweredshow.co.zaor get social with us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, @plantpowerza for event updates. FVPPS is proud to announce it is partnering with some of the most innovative and forward-thinking companies operating in the plant-based and health space today. Key sponsors include plant-based milkpioneer Alpro; Unilever’s largest food brand Knorr; food awareness organisation ProVeg South Africa; South Africa’s leading fresh produce retailer Food Lover’s Market; B-well Foods, Footy’s, UCOOK SA, Red espresso, On The Green Side and Wellness Warehouse while association partners are Beauty Without Cruelty, the South African Chefs Association, the South African Vegan Society and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF).