THE LARGEST zero waste festival in the UK has introduced a new vegan food lineup.

No Planet B aims to put an irresistable spin on environmental awareness, creating a singular event that combines delicious leisure with social forward‐thinking.

Maudie Johnson, co-founder and creative director, said: "zero waste, minimalism and veganism are snowballing right now.

"We are increasingly focusing on what we can do to assist a deteriorating environment."

The vegan dishes have been described as 'a colourful array of delights' which include pulled jackfruit burgers, raja wraps, turmeric and blue spirulina lattes and the legendary beef-less pie amongst other options.

This line up of vegan street food aims to deliciously outdo their more contemporary alternatives.

Other entertainment will include live music, talks, workshops and yoga classes.

No Planet B Festival will take place between August 17 and 19 at the Great Tew in The Cotswolds.

Tickets can be purchased from and offer exclusive rewards until June 12.