November 18, 2004, for immediate release
‘Come and be tickled’ offer
from Veggie group
Self indulgence, pleasure and a tickling of the taste buds is
being offered to Brightonians this November in an attempt to get
them to change their diet and go veggie. It’s about
giving up the bad things in life, not the good! - another amazing
fact from the Incredible Veggie Roadshow, which
comes to Brighton this November. ‘On tap will be everything
you ever wanted to know about going, being or staying veggie – or
moving in that direction’, say national animal campaign group
and organisers Viva!.
There is a mind-blowing array of veggie foods available to suit
every taste and occasion – and a fair few of them will be
available to try free of charge. Everyone,
from the righteously health conscious to the gloriously decadent,
will be sure to find something to get their juices flowing. Beanies
Health Foods and Redwood Whole Foods are
amongst the companies offering delicious veggie burgers, bangers
and rashers – but without the artery-busting fat and cholesterol. For
the sweet-toothed, luxury Booja-Booja truffles
will be there for the tasting - like a carnival on the tongue!
Cookery and juicing demonstrations will give the culinary illiterate
a fun but informative shove down the road to healthier eating.
There will also be advice on hand and free festive recipe guides
for everything you need for a luxurious, cruelty-free Christmas.
The Roadshow comes to Brighton on Saturday, November 27,
2004 from 9.30am to 3.30pm, at the Komedia,
Gardner Street. Entry is free. The
Brighton Roadshow is supported by Infinity Foods, Seasons
of Lewes and Terre a Terre.
"Food, glorious veggie food!", says Juliet Gellatley,
Viva!'s director. “It’s healthy, affordable and delicious – but
don’t just take my word for it, come along to the Brighton
Roadshow and taste for yourself free of charge!”
The Incredible Veggie Roadshow is
organised by Viva!, and sponsored by Viva! and
the Vegetarian & Vegan Foundation.
For further information contact Angie Greenaway at Viva!
on 0117 944 1000. Orlog on at www.viva.org.uk/brighton.