Dublin Vegan Street Food: The Biggest Food Trend For 2020 - Dublin Visitor Centre

Dublin Vegan Street Food: The Biggest Food Trend For 2020

More and more people are going for plant-based options.

According to Deliveroo, vegan orders on the platform have increased by 126 percent since 2018. This goes together with a greater amount of sellers catering to a vegan diet. This number increased by 168 percent!

This trend is not expected to slow down any time soon hence the growing vegan market in Dublin.

As more people respond to the climate crisis by cutting back on meat and animal products, “vegan-ish” has emerged as a strong trend in food: not quite vegan, but certainly more eco-friendly than the standard chippie order.

Greater awareness around animal rights and environmental concerns has led people to adopt more of a flexitarian approach to eating, frequently choosing to go vegan part of the time.

While veganism is certainly on the rise, the trend here is for people mixing plant-based meals into their usual, meat meals, which is exactly what scientists recommend we do!

If you’re looking for your fix, these are the most popular street food stops:

  • Xian Street Food in Dublin

 

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  • El Patron in Dublin

 

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  • Yeeros in Dublin

 

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  • Cornucopia in Dublin

 

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  • Glas in Dublin

 

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