8 August 2019
Pura Vida, the new space dedicated to alternative drinks such as cocktails with organic soft drinks, African ginger and bissap juices or freshly squeezed sugarcane, diversifies the gastronomic offer of our festival. A culinary showcase that integrates 40 proposals this year, where Japanese and Thai cuisine give the Asian touch to this year’s edition, which also adds Senegalese dishes and Ethiopian and Ivorian fusions and pastries from the Maghreb; along with delicious proposals from Peru, Colombia and Argentina as well as local dishes, with rice and other traditional Valencian snacks leading the way.
The theme in defence of the Earth that is the backbone of this year’s edition, Stand up for Earth, also is also present as the premises defend sustainable cooking and use ecological products.
All this can be washed down by the craft beers of Yakka Beer, Castelló Beer Factory and Canna Beer, which will be joined by Coffee Casa with its selection of coffees and teas from around the world.
The festival’s gastronomic offer joins the one that of the market. Dozens of stalls with handmade jewelery, cosmetics and textile articles made with ecological fabrics and in diverse styles -from the urban to the Rastafarian-, among many others, provide a complete range of incentives, which includes among its newest features, stalls of dehydrated fruit and fun photographs of the public. The space will also be attended by professional craftsmen from Senegal.
Next to the market is the Rototom Store, with merchandise of the edition Stand up for Earth that further reinforces its commitment to the planet thanks to its commitment to ethical and organic cotton garments produced under a carbon footprint reduction program and the use of water based inks.