A VEGAN festival taking place this weekend in Flintshire, looks set to be a resounding success.

North Wales Vegan Festival will feature more than 60 stalls showcasing the best of the vegan lifestyle but it's not all about food. As well as caterers and food and drink stalls, there will be a wide range of stalls offering skincare, make-up, candles, perfumes, homewares, crafts, gifts and clothing, plus a range of healthy lifestyle choices, charities and not-for-profit organisations.

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VDogs will be selling their irresistible range of freshly cooked-to-order vegan hotdogs. Also exhibiting is Good Carma Foods who will be offering a range of natural, nut based vegan cheese alternatives and a green pesto alternative. Shropshire-based Happy Mouse will be selling a range of dairy free cheese alternatives that are full of flavour, satisfying, affordable, and look the part on a cheeseboard.

Based in Snowdonia, Battle Green will be offering a range of eco-friendly alternatives to everyday items to help cut down on single-use plastic. Many of their items are reusable and refillable, allowing you to save money and reduce waste over time. Their zero waste starter kits are available in three sizes, helping anyone to start their zero waste journey, whatever their budget.

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Cheshire-based CannaBloom Botanicals will be selling their range of highest quality CBD infused products from around the globe.

There will also be a stall selling Bo's Book, a new cook book that features simple, easy-to-follow recipes together with beautiful illustrations of dogs from animal welfare charity, Miracle's Mission. All the profits go to help needy dogs at Miracle's Mission.

Organisations exhibiting include Miracle's Mission, a non-profit animal welfare organisation that works with sick, injured and difficult animals. Its mission is to provide a place of safety for animals in danger, to educate on the need for neutering both pets and strays and to neuter stray dogs and cats to prevent the birth of more dogs and cats onto the streets.

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Event organiser, Victoria Bryceson said: "We're getting so much interest in the North Wales Vegan Festival this year, it's set to be a huge success. This extravaganza will provide the ultimate inspiration for vegans, vegetarians, flexitarians, those thinking about going vegan or wanting to incorporate more vegan products in their life."

The North Wales Vegan Festival takes place on Saturday, September 16, from 10.30am-4.30pm at Deeside Leisure Centre. Entry is £4 on the door (with under-16s going free) or £15 for VIP tickets in advance from Eventbrite to include fast track entry and a goody bag full of vegan products, samples, discounts and offers. To find out more information visit www.veganeventsuk.co.uk or find them on Facebook.