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St. Louis VegFest Committee |  PO Box 440161  |  St. Louis, MO 63144  |  314-833-9946

Vendor Application


We invite you to become a vendor at St. Louis VegFest!  As a vendor, you are provided a space to showcase your business. Each vendor will receive a 10 x 10’ space, 1 table, and 2 chairs. (Food trucks are the exception, as they do note receive table and chairs.) You are responsible for your own tent and weights/stakes. Only certain sponsor levels receive a tent with their registration.

If you want to connect with thousands of veg-conscious individuals, please consider joining us as a vendor at St. Louis VegFest 2020!

Deadline for early registration is April 15, 2020.  Final deadline is July 18.


Note: We will not be accepting applications from MLMs (multi-level marketing companies).

Please see other vending restrictions.


Selling merchandise or food: $200

April 16 - July 18: $250

Any company or organization without non-profit status selling merchandise or food (including food trucks)


Application Form

Non-profit / Information only: $100

April 16 - July 18: $150


Any non-profit organization, even if selling merchandise or food

Any company or organization distributing information only - no sales



Application Form

Vending Restrictions


Only vegan and cruelty-free food and products are welcome at St. Louis Vegfest


All food products, whether sold, sampled, or otherwise distributed, are to be Vegan –

• No Animal Flesh (including poultry, fish, sea life, broth made from animal flesh / fat)

• No Dairy (milk, cheese, butter, whey, casein)

• No Eggs

• No Animal Fats or Derivatives (lanolin, lard, gelatin, honey, beeswax, other insect derivatives)


All nutritional supplements, cleaning supplies, and cosmetics must be free from animal products and by-products. (Prohibited products would contain: leather, fur, silk, lanolin, gelatin [which includes capsules], or any other animal derivatives.) All products must be cruelty-free (that is, not tested on animals). We also ask that vendors refrain from displaying menus, literature, or signs advertising non-vegan items they may sell elsewhere. Vendors agree that no books or literature will promote the use of any animal foods or products or any form of animal exploitation.

If you fail to follow these guidelines you will be asked to leave, and St. Louis VegFest will not accept your registration for future events.