Vegan Food Entrepreneurs At Vevolution

Jonathan Petrides, speaking at Vevolution Topics Food Innovation, February 2017

Jonathan Petrides, speaking at Vevolution Topics Food Innovation, February 2017

In country's like the UK there has never been a better time to be living a vegan life. In big cities like London you can easily find ample vegan options when eating out. But this hasn't always been the case and in many parts of world eating vegan whilst outside of the home continues to be a challenge.

To create a world where veganism is the dominant food culture we need to ensure that there is a wide availability of plant-based foods available everywhere. 

At Vevolution this year you will get an opportunity to learn from inspiring vegan entrepreneurs striving to create a better world.

Vegan Entrepreneurs at Vevolution

Derek Sarno, Wicked Healthy and Director of Plant-Based Food Innovations at Tesco

Derek Sarno

Earlier this year Derek Sarno one half brother duo Wicked Healthy jumped across the pond to join Tesco as their new plant pusher chief. Derek previously was the former Global Executive Chef for Whole Foods Market and responsible for launching and developing the Wholefoods Healthy Eating Initiative. We've had an insight to what Derek will be talking about at the festival and it is an important talk not to miss.

Henry David Firth and Ian Theasby Founders of BOSH! 

David and Ian BOSH!

Henry and Ian will return to the Vevolution stage to talk about Brand Building In The Age Of Social Media. In just over a year BOSH! has grown into an internet sensation securing a high figure book deal with Harper Collins and introducing a new generation of people to delicious plant-based food. 

Meriel Armitage, Club Mexicana

Meriel Armitage Club Mexicana

Meriel is a true pioneer of vegan food in London. To our eyes she was the first person to start making vegan street-food not only taste great but look good as well. In the space of just over 3 year's she has gone from hosting the first Club Mexicana pop-up supper club to creating a brand that is a fixture of London's street-food scene and music festivals around the country. 

Jonathan and Alex Petrides, allplants


This year has been incredibly exciting for allplants, earlier this year they closed a round of funding for £800,000 and continued to blow peoples minds with their delicious fresh frozen meals. Both Alex and JP will be sharing the inspiring allplants story to-date from the Vevolution stage.

Hilary Masin, Sgaia


Sgaia create delicious artisan 'mheats', pulling on the founders Alberto and Hilary Italian heritage. We love these products and can't wait to hear their story from the Vevolution stage.

Sarah Jane Crawford, Founder Viappi

Sarah Jane Crawford

When TV presenter Sarah isn't hosting shows like The World's Strongest Man and appearing in Celebrities Go Dating she is hard at work creating a Viappi a brand new food app for the plant-based community. 

Grace Regan, Spice Box

Grace Regan, SpiceBox

It's been a big year for SpiceBox as they have set out on a mission of revolutionising indian food with fresh, healthy twists on classic Indian dishes. Their founder the inspiring Grace will join us to share wisdom gleaned on her journey to-date. 

Loui Blake, Serial Entrepreneur

Loui Blake

Despite being just 27, Loui has already had a long career in the entertainment and food industry. He is currently bringing vegan food to Essex and launching a number of vegan food concepts in the coming months. Be prepared for pragamatic inspiration from this guy.