10 of the best shops, groups and classes for vegetarians/vegans in Sussex
PUBLISHED: 15:34 15 September 2015 | UPDATED: 15:42 21 February 2018
Hazel Sillver presents a guide to the best classes, clubs and shops for vegetarians and vegans
Seed ‘n’ Sprout, Brighton
This gem in Kemp Town village is packed with plant-based foods; and if they don’t have it, the owner will happily order it in. As well as pantry essentials, Seed ‘n’ Sprout stocks fruit and veg, bath and body products and deli foods.
Trinity Wholefoods, Hastings
A great place for veggies and vegans to stock up on organic fruit and vegetables, bread, wine and pantry essentials, as well as takeaway food, such as salads, soups, quiches and cakes.
Manuka Wholefoods, Chichester
Shop here for a great selection of organic wholefoods, eco-cleaners, organic wine and bath and body products.
Infinity Foods, Brighton
This vast co-operative shop is a dream come true for locals eating an organic, vegetarian, vegan or raw diet. Since opening in 1971, Infinity has gone from strength to strength and now stocks around 3,000 organic products, as well as fruit, veg, herbs and bread.
Cashew Catering, Lewes
This fabulous local caterer offers classes in vegetarian and vegan cooking and raw food preparation at the Lewes Community Kitchen.
As well as running a brilliant pop-up vegan restaurant in Hanover, Titbits offers workshops in vegetarian and vegan cookery and raw food preparation.
Vegan Runners, Hove
These inspiring runners meet every second Saturday of the month at Parkrun in Hove Park, as well as getting together for other training sessions.
These Brightonians catch up on the last Sunday of every month at a local vegan café, as well as getting together for other activities.
Eastbourne Veggie Group
A group of ovo-lacto vegetarians and vegans who meet up to share veggie and vegan food and run charity events.
Burgess Hill Vegan Supper Club
A new group who will meet up to enjoy tasty vegetarian and vegan food together and share recipes.