The International food zone will have an exciting selection of food for all tastes from the gourmet Raw Food Dome, to organic buckwheat pancakes and wood oven pizzas. Sample the Argentinian pies, Thai green curry and Moroccan delicacies or tuck into your old favourites, noodles, pittas with falafel, doner kebabs, burgers and of course bacon butties all at reasonable prices.
The crafts are well represented at the festival and can be found both in the main arena and the natural living zone. Apart from bright clothes, fairy outfits etc, you can buy Andalucian rugs, handmade soaps and oil, jewellery, toys, and metalwork, juggling equipment, bags, leather work, drums, even handmade sweeties for the kids and much more. How about buying freshly baked organic bread, plus local cheeses and chorizos to make your own picnic.
If you need a break from the excitement there are a variety of shady cafes selling organic real coffee, Moroccan teas, chai, and Kombucho, and slushes. Or give yourself an energy boost with the freshly prepared juices and smoothies or Brazilian fruit energy boosters.