Animal Friends’ video announcement and invitation to the tenth jubilee festival of sustainable living
– Video invitation: Croatian Veganmania expects you at Ban Jelacic Square on September 8-9, 2017
More than a hundred domestic and foreign exhibitors of healthy food, eco products and cosmetics not tested on animals will be presenting themselves at the 10th jubilee ZeGeVege Festival on Friday, September 8, 2017 (9 A.M. – 9 P.M.) and on Saturday September 9, 2017 (9 A.M. – 7 P.M.).
A versatile and ample program of vegan cooking workshops and lectures on different areas and aspects of veganism, ecology and sustainable living will attract the visitors’ attention. Dance groups, with foreign guests GiankSyle Dance Crew coming from Rome, who support a sustainable way of living and animal rights, will entertain and delight all participants and visitors during both days of the ZeGeVege Festival.
Nine restaurants will accommodate and thrill visitors with ice cream and raw cakes, kebabs, hemp burgers, burgers made with falafel and soyannaise in a farl, noodles with wok vegetables and other delicious vegan meals. The exhibitors will also offer: dried pumpkin noodles, energy bars, milk made out of soy, almonds, coconut and Indian nuts, mushroom coffee, raw chocolate, pumpkin sandwiches, jute handbags and numerous other points of interest.
Animal Friends has also prepared a promotional video for the 10th ZeGeVege Festival to highlight the many reasons to be among the more than 40,000 visitors who will be visiting the main Zagreb square in these two days.
This unique festival in Croatia, featuring and promoting exclusively plant based and environmentally friendly products, is sponsored this year by President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, Croatian Parliament President Gordan Jandrokovic, Croatian Parliament Committee on Environmental Protection and Nature, The City of Zagreb and Mayor Milan Bandic, the Ministry of Agriculture, the Ministry of Tourism, the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Nature, the City Office for Agriculture and Forestry and the Andrija Stampar Teaching Institute of Public Health.