VEGAN Day Out is making a return to Mallorca this month.
The ‘dairy-free, meatless, plant-based’ food festival, which made its inaugural appearance on the island last month, is opening its doors once more on August 26.
Workshops, live music and – of course – lots of delicious food stalls will have guests licking their lips at the free event, which will be held at Agroturismo Ca na Susi.
“Vegan Day Out is a celebration of the health, environmental, and animal welfare benefits of a plant-based lifestyle,” a spokesperson said.
“There will be vegan food to sample and purchase, engaging speakers, exciting performers, and members from the local vegan community to answer questions and showcase what inspires them.”
In June, over 1,000 foodies gathered for the first Vegan Day Out, organised by expat Scott Adams.
This time round, guests are set to experience a surprise final.
Palma de Mallorca was recently named-one destination for vegans by Jasmijn de Boo, CEO of The Vegan Society.
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