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Brought to You by BVS

The Festival is presented by the Boston Vegetarian Society (BVS). All Festival organizers and staff donate their labor, time, and talents.

BVS is an all-volunteer non-profit founded in 1986, and offering programs throughout the year that advance a vegetarian way of life.

T-Shirts!

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“Great success! A lively and enthusiastic crowd—wall to wall people—great energy... The location was ideal.”
—David Doctorow, Whole Foods Market, Principal Sponsor

“I think this is one of the best things Boston offers to the world."
—Charlie Behrens, BVFF Volunteer

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The Boston Vegetarian Society proudly presents
The 19th Annual Boston Vegetarian Food Festival


Saturday, October 25, 2014, 11AM* - 6PM
and
Sunday, October 26, 2014, 10AM - 4PM


*Saturday 10 - 11 AM preview hour. A limited number of tickets ($5) will be available online in September to visit the Exhibitor Room before the doors open at 11 AM for Free Admission to all.

Reggie Lewis Athletic Center
1350 Tremont Street, Boston, Massachusetts

Subway stop across the street

This Festival brings together an amazing array of vegetarian natural food providers, top national speakers and chefs, and educational exhibitors in a fun and welcoming environment. It is a chance to talk directly to food producers, learn the newest items in the marketplace, taste free food samples, shop at show special discounts, or simply learn what vegetarian foods are available and where you can find them!

Whether you are a longtime vegetarian or vegan, or someone simply wanting to add more healthy and delicious foods to your meal repertoire, or if you are just curious what it's all about, you are welcome here! We offer you free admission, free food sampling, free speaker presentations, free parking and a T stop across the street.

You also can learn of ways to benefit the environment, help animals, and enhance your health and well being. There are activities for kids, too! Learn more about the Festival.

Sponsor and Exhibitor Opportunities

Introduce your products and services to thousands of interested attendees. Contact us for information. Read what previous sponsors and exhibitors say about our Festival!

Volunteer Opportunities

Help us bring this exciting event to life! Many volunteers are needed for a wide variety of tasks. See more info and sign up here.

Media

Contact us for high resolution photos and interviews.

Presenters

Read our schedule of Speakers and Cooking Demos. We bring you top national experts on health and nutrition, and how food choices impact animals and the environment. Our chefs and cookbook authors teach recipes -- which you can sample -- and helpful kitchen tips.

Sponsors & Exhibitors

See the Who's Who of food suppliers and nonprofit educators! See our Sponsor and Exhibitor list.

Directions

How do you find the Boston Vegetarian Food Festival? It's easy! Read our Directions & Lodging page.

 

 

 
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