The Vegan Faire celebrated their third anniversary in Anaheim with love, health, and happiness.

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Healthy Junk promoted this yearly event to bring together local vegan vendors. They showcased their healthy lifestyle brands and products to raise awareness about environmental issues. Colorful booths and friendly faces lined the street while the smell of tasty food filled the air.

Screen Shot 2016-08-05 at 12.47.49 PMSome of the vendors showcased were:

Krimsey’s Cali-Cajun

Krimsey, a Louisiana-native, has been vegan for almost ten years. She created this 100% vegan cajun brand to inspire awareness around environmental issues.

Krimsey’s Cali-Cajun specializes in fusing Louisiana flavors with local comfort foods. They aim to break the mold for all Cajun vegan cuisine.

Connect with them here, and look through their delicious menu options.

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Young Scent

Vinegar and wellness go hand in hand, and Young Scent is fully aware. Their creations include tasty vinegar-based fruit drinks like mulberry and passionfruit. Their goal is to give you a healthy and delicious drink to allow you “to drink with confidence.”

You can read more about their story here, and learn about the benefits of vinegar.

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A dessert brand that creates delicious coconut macaroons and vegan friendly decadent brownies. Not to mention, their catchphrase is “Happiness one macaroon at a time.”

Check out their farmer’s market schedule to try a piece of heaven.

Screen Shot 2016-08-05 at 12.50.04 PMInfinity Sauces

Infinity sauces stirs up the pot with their big flavors and spicy variety. They focus on using local and organic ingredients, and they support sustainable farming.

With flavors like Double Chipotle and Scorpion Monkey, they are bound to carry a flavor you will love.

Stay updated on their newest recipes and adventures here.

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Their passion for fresh pops stems from their grandfather’s recipes of ice pops. They use all natural ingredients and fresh fruit to create their delicious pops.

They make their own base composed of water and fruit. Each ice pop is packed full of healthy and tasty flavors.

Find them at a local farmer’s market, and read about their story here.

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Treeium is a construction company that utilizes green and environmentally friendly methods. They promote sustainability in all aspects of their designs and projects.

They are currently working on a Change4Better campaign that presents a call to action. Everyone needs to start making healthy changes to make a difference together.

They believe “positive change needs to be in harmony with our health, with nature, and our future.”

If you have an idea or tip, connect with them through their social media. They welcome questions and support for their brand.

Contact them to find out how you can pick up your very own tree planting kit.

Screen Shot 2016-08-05 at 12.50.35 PMScreen Shot 2016-08-05 at 12.50.45 PMBareNaked Botanicals

A vegan skin care brand that provides an option for each type of skin care. The creator, Kimberly Peterson, is an esthetician with over 20 years of experience. She founded BareNaked Botanicals through her passion for natural and healthy skin care products.

Their website features an online shop and blog with helpful tips on skincare.

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An apparel brand whose goal is to “save the planet one vegan at a time.” They raise awareness with phrases like “Animal Liberation” and “Go Vegan Right Meow”.

They are an active member in the Los Angeles community where they volunteer with a lot of nonprofits. They donate portions of their proceeds to help environmental causes and those in need.

Look through their shop here, and stay updated on their current ventures.

Screen Shot 2016-08-05 at 12.51.16 PMYou can catch up with The Healthy Junk in the heart of the Anaheim Colony Historic District. They are open seven days a week and welcome new customers to give them a try.

Check out any of the vendors above or find the complete list here.

 

Sasha Azoqa

Author: Sasha Azoqa

Sasha Azoqa is a content writer and has been creating multimedia projects since 2014. She studied journalism and film at Cal State Fullerton and received her bachelors degree in communications. She has freelanced with OC Weekly and The Examiner with written articles, photography and short video packages.

Sasha enjoys uncovering local people and events who are making a difference in the world.

She is currently working with Network Radio, an iHeartRadio station, as their blogger. She has her own website that features a collection of written and visual stories on interesting people, places and things. Sasha Azoqa is living in Costa Mesa, California.