The whole team behind Plant Powered Expo are thrilled to welcome our first sponsor Bute Island Foods on board our inaugural event at Olympia London on February 1st 2nd 2020. Bute Island Foods have been regular supporters of our sister event VegfestUK and it’s obviously fantastic news that they have decided to come on board and give us their full backing.
With 30 years of experience, Bute Island Foods are one of the UK’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of dairy, lactose and gluten free vegan cheese products. Their Sheese range is award winning, and all of their products are certified Vegan, and most are Kosher.
With 28 different varieties and flavours, Bute Island Foods boasts one of the biggest ranges of dairy free cheese alternatives in the world. Sheese is versatile and can be baked into desserts, melted into a top pizza, sprinkled on your spaghetti or simply eaten in a ploughman’s sandwich, it’s certainly one of Britain’s favourites!
Bute Island Foods’ production process is also completely animal free in their dedicated Free From Factory on the Isle of Bute in Scotland, with everything done to the highest ethical standards.
Sheese products are now stocked by many shops all over Europe, and also Canada & New Zealand, through Asia and South Africa.
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Bute Island Foods will have a sampling stall on the First Floor of the National Hall of Olympia London, where you can try some samples of Bute Island’s “Sheese” throughout the weekend at the event.
If you’re still craving some of that vegan cheesy goodness after the event, you’ll find Bute’s products at your local Holland and Barrett, in the free from section at Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Waitrose and Ocado or on the internet at select online stores. Or better yet, why not get yourself a Vegan Sheese pizza at Papa John’s?
Plant Powered Expo focuses on brands and the feelgood factor from following a plant-based way of life, with 235 stalls, 12 features and 80 speakers. Buy tickets to Plant Powered Expo at plantpoweredexpo.co.uk (BUY 1 GET 2 FREE offers running for limited periods only)