Get ready to eschew eating animals

Vegan Festival in Ramat Gan promises entertainment and enlightenment.

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October 7, 2014 15:37
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Vegan movement founder Omri Paz

Vegan movement founder Omri Paz: ‘Veganism is becoming more mainstream.’. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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The world’s biggest Vegan Festival will take place on Monday in Ramat Gan. Some 100 booths will offer vegan products, from food, cosmetics and vitamins to dog food and even condoms.

Vegan clothing and shoes – i.e., items made of materials free of leather or wool – will be available for sale as well.

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