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Vegetarian food is fun, tasty and seriously varied. We want you to challenge yourself, your friends, your family and your colleagues to enjoy a week of deliciously vibrant meat-free food from 19-25 May.

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Going Veggie

Celebrate National Vegetarian Week by going meat-free - there really is no better time to give it a try!

 

 

 

About the Week

For businesses, community groups and educational establishments, NVW is a great opportunity to highlight vegetarian products, share a meat-free meal or bring the benefits of a vibrant vegetarian lifestyle into the classroom. Last year, our What's Happening calendar boasted almost 400 special offers, events, talks, discounts and promotions across the UK. 

For individuals, the Week is all about going vegetarian, discovering delicious new foods and realising that your favourites can be made meat-free, fuss-free. This year we're asking you to take on the challenge and get your friends, family and colleagues involved. Don't forget to follow us, like us, and sign up for our newsletters.

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Registered Company No. 959115 (England and Wales)