Slower growth for “future food” projected this year

Thailand’s vegetarian festival or “J Fest” may help boost sales of so-called “future food” including plant-based meat, but the overall 2022 market will be growing at a lower-than-expected rate due…

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Hat Yai prepares for start of the vegetarian festival on Monday

With no vegetarian festival for three years in Thailand, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, residents and businesses in Hat Yai, the commercial hub of the country’s southern border provinces, have…

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Phuket ready for first major vegetarian festival in two years

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) on Phuket has predicted that more than 200,000 Thai and foreign tourists will visit the resort island during the 9-day vegetarian festival next week….

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Thailand’s annual Vegetarian Festival begins without usual fanfare

The country’s annual vegetarian festival kicked off Tuesday in many provinces around the country, with measures to prevent COVID-19 spread in place, and without the usual fanfare. The festival, which…

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Tradition prevails as Phuket prepares to host Vegetarian Festival

Believed to be the birthplace of the vegetarian festival in Thailand, Phuket has decided to hold its well-known and much-loved vegetarian or Je festival from October 5 to 15 this…

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Spending on Vegetarian festival in Bangkok is up 2.4% from last year

Bangkokians are expected to spend around Bt4.76 billion during the annual vegetarian festival this year. Although the figure is up 2.4 percent from last year, the growth is weaker than…

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