Thank you to Simple Mills for donating crackers to our SWAG Bags! These crackers, like all their products, will be made only with real-food ingredients – nothing artificial.
How do you get a SWAG bag? The first 100 people to donate $3 or more entering VegFest will receive a free SWAG bag valued at $11.50 so far, and a raffle ticket worth $3.
Welcome back to VegFest, Mockingbird Farm Sanctuary! And thanks for donating a basket to our raffle lineup! They will be selling T-shirts at their booth to benefit the farm.
This farm is a nonprofit animal sanctuary in nearby Byron, NY.
Thank you to Nature’s Path for donating chips to our SWAG Bags!
Nature’s Path doesn’t just make organic products, they were the first USDA certified organic cereals on the market and since then they have made organic advocacy a priority.
We’re very happy that Crofter’s Organic will have a booth at VegFest again!
Crofter’s makes lots of different less-sugar organic jams. Come try their free samples!
Joy Love Vegan is coming to VegFest! Maureen Tierson is a certified Vegan Life Coach and Educator who offers one-on-one coaching, classes, and demonstrations.
96 Lives Vegan Bakery & Cafe, formerly Happy Cakes, is returning to VegFest, bringing cupcakes for sale!
Maxine makes cakes, cookies, and cupcakes, and has gluten-free options. The cafe has a breakfast and lunch menu and is open Tuesday through Saturday in Lancaster, NY.
Thank you so much to Get Caked Bakery for donating 100 vegan cookies to our SWAG bags!
Get Caked offers many vegan goodies, both in-store at Village Gate, and also for catering. They have vegan gluten-free options as well.
Get Caked also has a discount on our Roc Vegan Savings Cards.
For the first time Rochester VegFest will include wineries offering vegan wines for tastings and sales. We’re thrilled to announce that Rochester’s own Living Roots Wine & Co. is our first winery vendor!
They’re located on University Avenue and in addition to making wine, they’re open for tastings and you can also hold private events there.
We are happy that Abundance Food Co-op will be returning to Rochester VegFest this year!
This is Rochester’s co-operative grocery store on South Avenue in the South Wedge.
We’re glad that Citizen’s Climate Lobby will be bringing their message to VegFest again this year. They are a lobbying group attempting to get the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act passed in congress. It is a carbon fee bill that will greatly reduce carbon emissions and help in mitigating climate change and its devastating effects.