There’s a four-day plant-based pop-up kicking off the launch of the new Juice Truck shop

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The Juice Truck, Vancouver’s trail-blazing cold-pressed juice shop on wheels, is expanding their brick-and-mortar empire again with the addition of their new Mount Pleasant shop.

Replacing the former Juicery Co. location on Main Street, The Juice Truck is primed to offer the community their menu of plant-based food, drink, info, and merch, and to kick things off, they’ve organized a four-day Plant-Based Vancouver pop-up event.

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Plant-Based Vancouver Pop Up on Main Street this Thursday to Sunday at Main and 27th ??To kick off our new location, we're hosting a 4 day @plantbasedvancouver Pop Up with some of our best friends and favourite purveyors of all things plants; from baking, to treats, supplements, skin products and even some house plants in beautiful pots ? Hit the link in our bio for all the details?? This pop up will feature 30+ vendors including: The Juice Truck To Die For Solfeggio Yoggu Yogurt Blume Kula Foods The Workshop Vegetarian Vegan Pudding Co. Plant Active Nutmeg Mylk Amai Vegan Treats Living Lotus Foods Noras Ice Cream Zimt Chocolate Biota Fermentation Hoochy Booch K'Pure Naturals Love The Grub Jonny Hetherington Garu Foods The Plant Junkie Hudson + Oak Say Hello Sweets Protein by Bent Virtuous Pie The Polly Fox Vytogo Conscious Food Creations Van Koji Foods Pranin Organic Simply Delish Nuit Peace People Project Eternal Abundance + more!

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The Plant-Based Vancouver Pop-Up runs from Thursday, October 25 through 28 at the Juice Truck in Mount Pleasant (4236 Main Street).

Bringing on board some of The Juice Truck’s favourite plant-based producers for the event, the pop-up will feature an impressive array of vendors specializing in everything from kombucha to dairy-free desserts, as well as supplements, skin-care products, and even plants to put a little more green in your living space.

Some of our favourite vendors are on the list, like Nutmeg Mylk (maker of beautiful flavoured nut mylks); K’Pure (natural beauty products); Nora’s (plant-based ice cream); To Die For (baked goods); Blume (golden mylk);  The Polly Fox (gluten-free baked goods); Hoochy Booch (kombucha); and many more.

Here’s the list of vendors The Juice Truck has shared as confirmed for the event so far:

  • The Juice Truck
  • To Die For
  • Solfeggio
  • Yoggu Yogurt
  • Blume
  • Kula Foods
  • The Workshop Vegetarian
  • Vegan Pudding Co.
  • Plant Active
  • Nutmeg Mylk
  • Amai Vegan Treats
  • Living Lotus Foods
  • Nora’s Ice Cream
  • Zimt Chocolate
  • Biota Fermentation
  • Hoochy Booch
  • K’Pure Naturals
  • Love The Grub
  • Jonny Hetherington
  • Garu Foods
  • The Plant Junkie
  • Hudson + Oak
  • Say Hello Sweets
  • Protein by Bent
  • Virtuous Pie
  • The Polly Fox
  • Vytogo
  • Conscious Food Creations
  • Van Koji Foods
  • Pranin Organic
  • Simply Delish
  • Nuit
  • Peace People Project
  • Eternal Abundance

Plant-Based Vancouver Pop-Up

When: October 25-26 from 11 am-6 pm and 27-28 from 10 am-5 pm

Where: The Juice Truck – 4236 Main Street, Vancouver

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Lindsay is the Managing Editor of Vancouver Is Awesome, and the co-host and co-producer of the Vancouver Is Awesome Podcast. A fifth generation Vancouverite and life-long foodie, Lindsay also serves as a judge for the Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards. Previously the Food Editor of Daily Hive, Senior Editor of Vancity Buzz, and Editor-in-Chief of LAist.com, in her past life in L.A. she earned an MA in English, attended culinary school, and was an English professor. Lindsay's first published piece was December 1980 in The Province; it was her letter to Santa. E-mail: lindsay@vancouverisawesome.com // Twitter/Instagram: @squashblossom