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Just over a week ago we attended our first food fair as stallholders!

We woke up bright and early (5am, but who’s counting?), double-checked all items and headed out to Alcester High Street to set up. When we arrived the organisers were incredibly helpful, and had arranged our stall such that we were next to open space, to reduce any contamination from allergens.

We had a fantastic day, and we are so grateful to all of the Tea Cups who came out to see us! Thank you! It meant a great deal to us and we will never forget it. We’d also like to extend our gratitude to everyone who stopped to have a chat, check out our products, and buy a gluten-free treat or two!

Our online store should be up and running soon, we’re looking forward to telling you all about it very soon!

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  1. That’s such great news! I’m in the process of getting my permits to be a vendor, too. Any suggestions or things I should know beforehand? Thanks for any feedback.

    • Hi Jaime! Thanks for stopping by, Your vegan foods look great! We’d definitely recommend food covers (it’s a practical way to minimise cross contamination) and try and see if you can find out what expected footfall is at your events (it’s really easy to bring too much, especially when you are passionate about your products)! Hope that helps 🙂

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