If you're not already sitting down, you will be once you realise that Brisbane doesn't have a regular vegan market. Or didn't. In news that'll make you leap back up again, the city now has its own monthly gathering dedicated to animal-free products.
Brisbane Vegan Markets celebrates ethical eating choices in the best way that anyone can: bringing together all of the stalls selling all of the vegan products. Whatever type of cruelty-free food you're after, there's a very good chance you'll find it here — and it's all happening on the second Sunday of each month.
Stallholders change each month, but attendees can expect guilt-free grab bites from a rotating range that has previously included I Should Coco, Tibetan Momo, Kings Indian Fusion, Fire & Dough, Tapioca Traders, Organic Frog Doughnuts, Chai Cart, Vegan Van, Vurger, Green Street Foods, Flour of Life and Popcorn Downunder — and they're just some of the traders selling their animal-free wares. Plus, there'll be clothing and cosmetics on offer too, and live music as well.