Check out our reduced food vendor and artisan vendor fees! Become a Soy and Tofu Fest Vendor!

** Food trucks: was $390, now $275

** Food vendors: was $395-$495, now $200-250

** Artisan Craft vendors: was $200, now $150

Do you have an exciting food product or food truck that utilizes soy that you want to share with the masses?

Do you have a unique handmade item with an Asian feel appeal to it?

The Northern California Soy and Tofu Festival is actively seeking product vendors for this unique and creative event.

Vendors will be mentioned in promotional material, in the Nichi Bei Weekly, on the Soy and Tofu Fest Website and in the Northern California Soy and Tofu Festival program. Vendors can sell non-perishable soy and tofu-related products and other items at the event.

We’re also accepting vendor booths related to health and community-based nonprofits. After all, the Nichi Bei’s mission is to keep the community connected, informed and empowered.

Support the 2017 Soy and Tofu Festival

Donate to Nichi Bei

Become a Sponsor of the Festival HERE

The mission of the Northern California Soy and Tofu Festival is to educate the public about the health benefits and various uses of soy and tofu. In adhering to these goals, the Northern California Soy and Tofu Festival — an annual fundraiser for the Nichi Bei Foundation — strives to be a vehicle for community-building and leadership development while adhering to the Foundation’s mission of keeping the community connected, informed and empowered.

This exciting culinary and cultural event showcases soy and tofu vendors, provides an educational forum on the various uses and benefits of soy and tofu, offers live music and cultural entertainment, interactive games and tofu eating contests, and culminates with the Soy and Tofu Dessert Competition.

Now in its seventh year, the Northern California Soy and Tofu Festival has grown progressively since its inception. The popular culinary and cultural event serves as the main fundraiser for the Nichi Bei Foundation, and is held annually in June.

Proceeds from the Festival help to publish the first nonprofit ethnic community newspaper of its kind in the country, the Nichi Bei Weekly.

Download the 2016 Festival Booklet