VeggieWorld Zurich

VeggieWorld Zurich

Apr 02, 2022Apr 03, 2022
Halle 622, Therese-Giehse-Strasse 10, 8050
13 to 15 Swiss francs

It's that time of year again for vegetarians, vegans, anyone concerned about the future of our planet or people who are just simply passionate about eating healthily or discovering new ways of living. This is the go-to event for plant-based and vegetable-loving locals and expats.

Immerse yourself in the plant-based lifestyle 

VeggieWorld is not just for those who are fully committed to a sustainable, cruelty-free, plant-based lifestyle - it's a weekend that inspires and welcomes anyone curious about veganism or people who simply want to try something a bit different or pick up handy tips from experts, chefs or producers.

Europe’s largest and oldest vegan trade fair returns to Zurich, on its circuit of 15 European cities in Germany, the Netherlands, France, Italy, Denmark, Hong Kong and China. Try out some vegan dishes, learn about producers and products and get a glimpse of what a sustainable future might look like.

Stalls, talks and networking at VeggieWorld

The event is not solely about food. You can even purchase some vegan, cruelty-free cosmetics and household items and gain insights into vegan travel and work. As well as the many stalls selling all kinds of vegan products, there’s also a programme of cooking demonstrations, talks and presentations as well as networking with other vegans and vegetarians.

Here's an overview of what you can expect to find at VeggieWorld:

Vegan food

  • Meat substitute products
  • Superfoods
  • Food supplements
  • Plant-based desserts
  • Juices & smoothies

Vegan care products

  • Haircare
  • Bodycare
  • Household products
  • Cleaning agents

Vegan work and travel

  • Gastronomy
  • Tourism

Tickets and transport

Make sure to book your VeggieWorld tickets in advance. It costs 11 euros for a day ticket and 15 euros for a weekend pass. Its strategic location at the Halle 622, opposite Oerlikon train station, makes it easily accessible by public transport. Check out the VeggieWorld website for more information.