Love it or hate it… one of the biggest events in Amsterdam of the year, Kingsday is happening tomorrow! Festivals, parties, people selling all kinds of stuff in the street and general madness. And vegan food! Check these out if you’re around: Read more
This is huge! HEMA just veganized their apple crumble pie. Which means you can just buy an affordable vegan pie without hassle. And which has to be said, tastes pretty decent! Goodbye are the days of vegan apfelstrudel from the freezer in the supermarket! And a great step into making vegan options more mainstream!
Made possible partially due to the encouragement of the good people at ProVeg.
Get it at bigger HEMA stores with a bakery department or order it. Damage: €4,50 for a small pie – about 6 pieces.
More and more specific vegan products are entering the supermarkets in the last few years. What’s new now is that some supermarkets are even creating whole vegan sections in their store. Jumbo supermarkets especially are active in this, with their store at the Stadhouderskade being the prime example. They have as many special vegan products in their store as some of the 100% vegan grocery stores I’ve visited in my life! Read more
De Bijenkorf is a pretty posh department store, which you can find in many cities in the Netherlands. It includes their own food court style restaurant called ‘The Kitchen’, which you can find in Amsterdam on the top floor. Lately the restaurant offers many new vegan options, all promoted very visibly on the counter! Read more
Wow lots of positive stuff has happened this year! Vegan food is one of the most important trends in hospitality and retail, says basically everyone and your mother by now. This is clearly reflected in the increase of vegan restaurants in town this year, as well as the increase of vegan options on non-vegan restaurant menus.
We also noticed more specifically vegan products in supermarkets, with some supermarkets even creating whole vegan fridges or shelves. Several manufacturers even dedicated huge nationwide ad campaigns to the promotion of their vegan products. Also many vegan events took place, from vegan outreach to big festivals. Get ready for 2018 in review! Read more
The December month usually holds all kinds of special events. This year several restaurants are organising special festive dinners. Also the yearly Vredesdienst voor Dieren is taking place again! Read more
Wow!! We’re excited to invite you to the Dutch PREMIERE of long-awaited documentary The End of Meat, on January 9 2019 in Amsterdam! 💥
Despite vegan pie not being super hard to find in Amsterdam, there are few places dedicated solely to it (be sure to check out Koffie ende Koeck). Good news though: bakery Willem-Pie opened a temporary café where people can sit down and enjoy their sweet creations! Read more
Boy vegan options are increasing rapidly in town. Eating out as a vegan can’t be considered hard these days, check this list on Happy Cow for example. Especially pleased with 100% vegan restaurants of course, and before the end of the year the following restaurants can be added to the list! Read more
The Amsterdam Animal Ambulance is on the job 24/7 to help animals in emergency situations. Most of their staff is working on a voluntary basis. We followed vet tech and vegan Lara during one of the shifts.
Check out other inspirational people we interviewed!