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Vegetarian Expo tailored to people of every age

Exhibitors to tout benefits of non-animal diet, offer food samples, promote green lifestyle

Returning for a second year at the New York Capital Region Vegetarian Expo is a “cruelty-free” fashion show, with models wearing animal-friendly clothing and accessories, which means no leather, wool or fur.
Returning for a second year at the New York Capital Region Vegetarian Expo is a “cruelty-free” fashion show, with models wearing animal-friendly clothing and accessories, which means no leather, wool or fur.
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Going vegetarian or vegan isn’t just a trend popular with teens and college students. “Eating a healthy diet is a family function,” says LisaMarie Tersigni, president of the Albany Vegetarian Network. And that’s the reason this year’s New York Capital Region Vegetarian Expo is aimed at all ages, from toddlers to grandmas and grandpas. Scheduled this Saturday at the Empire State Convention Center, the Expo will feature a dozen speakers and more than 40 exhibitors ...


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