Vegan72 Restaurant Challenge to Increase Vegan Options in Richmond




Vegan Action is hosting Vegan72, Richmond’s second annual vegan restaurant challenge, from January 25 through 27. Once again, Richmond chefs will be creating exciting and unique vegan options for this weekend. On Saturday, January 26, a celebration at The Highpoint will feature author Carol J. Adams (The Sexual Politics of Meat), the duo behind The Herbivorous Butchers and activist and rapper Grey. There will also be a vegan bazaar with local crafts, wares and treats for purchase, as well as the GoGoVeganGo food truck.  

For more information visit Vegan.org.

 

 

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