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Unlimeat: Korean Plant-Based Beef Made From Upcycled Grains Launches In Hong Kong

3 Mins Read Unlimeat, a 100% plant-based beef product made from upcycled ingredients that would otherwise be thrown away, has just launched in Hong Kong. Made by South Korean food manufacturer Zikooin, the vegan beef alternative is made from overproduced grains that would be typically discarded due to cosmetic imperfections, which aims to tackle both the environmental impact […]

Green Common Announces Mainland China Launch, Debuts Omnipork On T-Mall

3 Mins Read Plant-based grocery, café chain & distribution outfit Green Common, a concept developed by Hong Kong-born vegetarian movement Green Monday, has just debuted in mainland China with a Tmall Global e-commerce store featuring their range of plant-based meat alternatives, including flagship product Omnipork, the minced pork analog. After a series of launches around Asia, including Taiwan, […]

Green Common Debuts Animal-Free Chicken Nuggets & We’re Lovin’ It

2 Mins Read Hong Kong’s plant-based grocery and café chain Green Common has rolled out Alpha Nuggets, a vegan take on fast food favourite chicken nuggets, across all its locations in the city. This marks another step forward in the accelerating market for plant-based meat alternatives, which have grown in popularity across the world and particularly in Asia.  […]

Omnipork Partners With Iconic Hong Kong Restaurant Tsui Wah

2 Mins Read Starting this August, dishes featuring Omnipork are now available across all of Tsui Wah’s 28 branches. The Hong Kong restaurant chain, which is an integral part of the city’s local cha-chaan-teng culture, will use the all-purpose plant-based pork alternative to offer diners a vegetarian spin on cult classics.  Launched earlier last year by Green Monday’s […]

Sharp Decline In China Meat Consumption Paves Way For Big Asian Vegan F&B Push

2 Mins Read Coinciding with China’s lifestyle shift from wealth and luxury to health and fitness comes the growing demand of more plant-based options in a country that houses the largest market for beef, pork, and poultry. Vegetarian restaurants in metropolitan cities like Shanghai have doubled in five years and shows no signs of abating. According to Financial Express, […]