Oumph! Is Taking the Show Kitchen Stage at Vegan Life Live

Swedish frozen vegan food producer Oumph! recently announced it has been invited to host the show kitchen at the Vegan Life Live, which will take place at the Alexandra Palace in London between March 9 and 10.

Vegan Life Live is one of the largest lifestyle shows in the UK that focuses on vegan food, but also on fashion and eco living.

Oumph! chefs Fredrik Kämpenberg and Peter Segerblom will showcase just how easy it is to cook using the versatile Oumph! products. They will be joined in their efforts by guest chefs including TV chef and School of Wok founder, Jeremy Pang and Sam Platt, cookery school manager at The Vegetarian Society.

Henrik Åkerman, marketing director at Oumph! And Food for Progress said: “We are pleased to have so many excellent guest chefs joining Oumph’s own chefs on the Oumph! show kitchen stage at Vegan Life Live”.

Interested parties can get their ticket to Vegan Life Live by following this link. Participants will be able to meet the Oumph! team and also sample some of their products by visiting stand G11 at the Alexandra Palace.

The organizers of the event expect around 17,000 attendees for this year’s edition.

In the UK, Oumph! is currently selling a variety of products including vegan pizzas topped with vegetables, herbs and vegan cheese, as well as a line of plant-based meat products like Oumph! Kebab Spiced or Oumph! The Chunk.

Oumph! products are sold frozen in major supermarket chains across the country including Tesco and Whole Foods Market.

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