Top 7 London Vegetarian & Vegan Food Markets

london vegetarian and vegan markets

  1. Broadway Vegan Market

The new Vegan Market is a weekly vegan market open every Saturday from 10 -4pm in London Fields. It includes 30+ vegan food and drinks stalls from a wide range of cuisines so you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Website here.

2. Hackney Downs Vegan Market

Previously held monthly, this much loved vegan market is now a weekly thing! Find them at Hackney Downs Studios every Saturday and browse the array of vegan food stalls, art and more.

More info here.

3. Vegan Nights London

An evening market located on Brick Lane at Old Truman Brewery this is a perfect after-work foodie affair. Next event is on 28th November and the entry is free but get there early as there is limited capacity and last event was so popular some didn’t get to enter.

Check their Facebook page to keep track of line-up of traders and for next event

4. Brixton Vegan Market

Although a one-off event at the moment, head to Brixton Market on Sunday 29th October for its first all Vegan Market from 9am to 3:30pm. The market promises to bring a range of food stalls from international street food to sweet vegan treats.

Line-up to be announced but expect so keep an eye on the event page here.

5. VegFest UK

VegfestUK are the organisers of some of Europe’s vegan events with 15 years experience so expect the ultimate vegan festival. The event will take place on October 21st & 22nd at Kensington Olympia and will include over 250 stalls as well as talks, workshops and cookery demos.

More about the event and ticket information here.

6. Greenwhich Market (not purely veggie but with good veggie options)

Although not purely a vegetarian or vegan market, Greenwhich Market offers a good variety of veggie food options from vegan burgers to vegan cakes as well as fresh fruits and vegetables stalls. Open daily but check out the stalls rotation on the website.

7. Kerb Camden Market (not purely veggie but with good veggie options)

A newly refurbished market at Camden Market, this daily 34-trader strong food market is perfect for having a short break from exploring Camden to grab a bite to eat. Vegan and veggie options available, check out their website for more info:

Top 10 Free Apps for Eco-Living

best apps for eco livingAs with any big lifestyle changes, transitioning to a greener way of living can feel overwhelming at first without knowing where to start or even how to achieve it so we’ve rounded up 10 apps to help you through your eco journey:

  1. JouleBug

JouleBug helps make your everyday life more sustainable by organising sustainability tips into Actions that you Buzz in the app when you do them in real-life. The app has a gaming element by allowing you to collect points and badges and share them with your friends.

For iOS and Android

  1. Dropcountr

Dropcountr allows you to connect your utilities to your mobile device to better track your daily water use and set goals to minimise water consumption and save costs.

For iOS and Android

  1. Oroeco

Oroeco helps you understand how every aspect of your life connects to climate change and helps provide useful advice on how to minimise your impact. The app tackles everything from transportation to home energy, shopping, diet, and entertainment choices.

For iOS and Android

  1. EWG Food Scores

EWG scores over 80,000 food products based on their nutrition, processing, and quality of ingredients to provide consumers with a better understanding of what they’re buying.

For iOS and Android

  1. BrightNest

BrightNest is designed to improve efficiency for home tasks. It allows users to set tasks and reminders, and provides custom tips and instructions. The app covers a wide range of areas from cleaning to recycling, fixing, and decorating.

For iOS 

  1. GoodGuide

Another app that lets you search, browse or scan healthy consumer products and gives them a scientific rating. Their aim is to provide consumers with all the product information needed to make better shopping decisions.

For iOS and Android

7. Etsy

A global marketplace for handmade items, vintage and creative goods. You can buy from existing sellers or you can open your own store and sell your items.

For iOS and Android

  1. Commute Greener

Commute Greener is aimed at helping you change your daily commute to make it more eco-friendly by allowing you to collect points and badges every time you leave your car at home for public transport, ride sharing, and cycling. It provides traffic information, as well as map routes, CO2, health and fuel cost visualisation.

For iOS and Android

  1. Stuffstr

Stuffstr helps you recirculate unwanted items such as clothing, accessories, and keep them out of landfills by allowing you to resell valuable items, identify charities and send them for free.

For iOS

  1. Depop

Depop is a community marketplace that allows you to easily sell and shop vintage and second hand fashion, books, jewellery, art, and more from sellers around the world.

For iOS and Android