An Interview with Caryn Hartglass

Today’s interview is with speaker Caryn Hartglass! Come see her talk “It’s All About Food” at the Berkeley Vegan Earth Day TODAY at 3:55om! What do you think is the easiest yet most effective change a person can make in their own lifestyle

BVED EXHIBITOR PROFILE: Factory Farming Awareness Coalition

Founded in 2010 by Berkeley vegan Katie Cantrell, the Factory Farming Awareness Coalition does presentations across the country to raise people’s awareness not just about the suffering of animals, but also the many other ways that factory farming negatively impacts our Earth


When designing the lavish feasts he prepared monthly at an exclusive club, vegan gourmet chef Barry Schenker would wander the streets of Berkeley’s world famous “Gourmet Ghetto,” where the menus of its innovative international restaurants inspired him to create luscious vegan versions

BVED Exhibitor Profile: Ellovi

If you’re sick of looking at beauty product labels and seeing ingredients that you’ve never heard of and things that sound like they’re derived from harsh chemicals and plastics, you’re not alone.  Ellovi has one product so far called Butter, a moisturizing


We love Dogs of all sizes, shapes and scruffiness. Actually we love all animals, including cows, pigs and chickens – we don’t discriminate. Our mission is one of compassion for all animals and for our great green planet. We are grateful for

BVED Exhibitor Profile: Farm Sanctuary

  Photo courtesy of Farm Sanctuary. In an ideal world, there would be no need for Farm Sanctuary. There would be no factory farms or stockyards, and cows, pigs, chickens, and other farm animals would not be abused. They would be free


Delectable, one-of-a-kind vegan tamales lovingly made in Berkeley, CA from the finest natural ingredients.  Tamale Love uses organic coconut oil and corn masa, and wrap our tamales in beautiful banana leaves for a uniquely tropical and non-GMO twist. Tamale Love is the

Exhibitor Feature – Farm Fresh to You

Farm Fresh to You (FFTY) is a local Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) that offers home-delivery of fresh, organic, California produce, in addition to selling their delicious fruits & veggies at the Ferry Building Farmers Market. Two UC Davis graduate students, Kathleen Barsotti


If the British didn’t coin the word ‘vegetarian‘ in 1862, we might be known as the ‘San Francisco Pythagorean Society,’ as people who followed a plant-based diet were once known as ‘Pythagoreans.’ Instead, the all-volunteer and non-profit San Francisco Vegetarian Society (SFVS)

Haute Trash and Lotta Rubbish Present VEGAN TRASHION

  AT BERKELEY VEGAN EARTH DAY SATURDAY APRIL 20TH 12:00-2:00pm IN THE LOBBY OF THE DAVID BROWER CENTER 2150 Allston way in Berkeley No animals have been harmed in the making of these “cast off couture”designs. Some animals may have been saved