When the VeganHealth Expo is canceled due to Hurricane Harvey, the vegan health and wellness expo in San Antonio, Texas, is the only major vegan event to go on.
The event, held every February, has been held every year since 2009.
It’s a major gathering of vegans, health and nutrition enthusiasts, and health educators to educate and inspire people on veganism and healthy eating.
The expo also includes a food fair, free clinics, workshops, and a “sustainable food” exhibit.
But as the expo is scheduled to go into hiatus due to the storm, the organizers have decided to continue on with the vegan event in San Diego.
While the expos scheduled for this year are going to be canceled due the hurricane, the VeganHands Festival is still scheduled to happen in San Francisco on February 22nd.
And the festival itself is set to continue to expand.
According to VeganHats.org, the festival is still open, and the vegan community has been told that there are still plans to host more vegan and plant-based food and drink events in the future.
The VeganHits festival is the first of its kind in the U.S. and has been in existence for over five years.
The festival has been open to the public since its inception in 2016, and has grown to include more than 400 exhibitors.
There are vegan restaurants and cafes, vegan events, and vegan cookouts, which are held throughout the city.
One of the most notable vegan restaurants in the United States is the restaurant at 817 Market Street in San Rafael, which opened in December of 2018.
The vegan restaurant serves a delicious vegan menu featuring a full range of vegan dishes, as well as vegetarian, egg-free, and other plant-friendly options.
For the past two years, the restaurant has been providing vegan and vegetarian food to attendees, including a free VeganHITS Expo.
“We are extremely grateful for all the support we have received and look forward to the Vegan Hits Festival to be an even bigger success next year,” said Jennifer Gage, owner of the restaurant.
“It is always a thrill to see the excitement and energy that is growing in our community with so many new and exciting vegan restaurants popping up around the country,” she added.
According to Gage and her team, the event has attracted some of the biggest names in the vegan food world, such as Vegan Chef James Broccoli, Vegetarian Chef Samantha Pate, and Veggo Chef David Schreiber.
And for those that are looking for vegan-friendly foods, vegan-owned restaurants are offering more and more vegan options in San Mateo, San Francisco, and beyond.
In addition to the food fair and vegan cooking workshops, the expa ry also features a “plant-based wellness” exhibit that focuses on how plants can be used to treat and prevent disease.
Although the vegan expos have been canceled, vegan restaurants will still be available to patrons, so long as they sign up to be vegan-certified.
Check out the full vegan health tips article for more information on the expor ate and how to prepare your own vegan meals.
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