We’re so happy that Rochester Kettle Corn is returning to VegFest! They’ll be making Rochester’s Premier Gourmet Kettle Corn at their booth.
They were very popular last year and told us they had to get more popping corn several times so they wouldn’t run out!
Lasertron in Henrietta has a vegan menu! Beginning this Friday.
A huge thank-you to our Bronze Sponsor, Eden Cafe and Bakeshop!
This is Batavia’s vegan restaurant in the Eli Fish Brewing Company building. Check out their amazing menu!
They’ll be bringing carrot dogs, Beyond Sausages, burgers, wraps, sides, and beverages to VegFest! GF options available.
We’re excited to welcome Zantopia Gardens to VegFest!
They grow a large variety of flowering plants, herbs, and several species of trees for people who garden, design and plant in the northeast.
They’ll be selling garden plants at the Fest – both culinary herbs and perennials. What a great addition!
540 West Main Communiversity is coming to VegFest!
Their mission is to enrich the historic Susan B. Anthony Preservation district as well as connect greater Rochester to the neighborhood through courses, programs and events rooted in antiracism, the arts, and wellness.
They will be selling lemonade and peanut butter cookies.
We’re so happy that Buffalo Plant Burger is returning to Rochester VegFest!
They tell us they’ll be bringing Seitan Ribs, Mac and Cheese, Greens, Yams, Crabless cakes, Veggie Burgers, and Jackfruit – WOW!
Good Food Collective is returning to VegFest!
The GFC offers flexible year-round access to fresh food from local farmers. Their deliveries and community pickups are a convenient way to source local, sustainably grown ingredients. They offer many weekly vegan shares such as veggie and fruit boxes, specialty mushrooms and veggie burgers, and also have an online marketplace of local add-ons like kombucha, kimchi and polenta.
They will be bringing apples to sample and selling T-shirts.
Polska Chata has a vegan menu!
Located at 32 Vinedale Ave in Rochester, they serve Polish dishes like pierogies and bigos. Here is their Happy Cow entry.
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.
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.