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Filipina Vegan Chef Among First In U.S. To Serve OmniPork Ahead Of Retail Launch

4 Mins Read Chef Reina, the plant-based Filipino food concept headed by Filipina-American vegan chef and restaurateur Reina Montenegro, will be among one of eight restaurants in the U.S. to debut OmniPork products for the first time in the country. Partnering with Green Monday, the Hong Kong-based group behind the 100% vegan pork analogues, Chef Reina will be […]

Green Common Singapore: First South East Asian Branch Opens Doors With VivoCity Plant-Based Store & Café

4 Mins Read Hong Kong-based Green Monday has just launched its first Singapore branch of Green Common, its plant-based café and grocery store concept. Located in VivoCity, the shop will offer customers a wide range of international plant-based brands and dine-in dishes, including a 100% vegan version of the beloved local dish Hainanese “chicken” rice. It marks Green […]

Sizzling Scene: 6 Ways The Filipino Plant-Based Scene Is Heating Up

4 Mins Read As the plant-based wave continues to sweep across Asia, going mainstream in everywhere from South Korea to Thailand and Japan, the Philippines is no exception to the trend. While Filipino cuisine is often described as a meat-filled melange of sweet, salty, spicy and sour flavours (hello adobo) not to mention meat-heavy (ahem, lechon), the country’s […]

OmniPork Luncheon Lands In Singapore Ahead January 2021 Green Common Store Launch

4 Mins Read Hong Kong-based Green Monday has announced that it has launched its famous OmniPork Luncheon, the world’s first plant-based version of Spam, and OmniPork Strips to Singapore. It will be available on menus of partnering restaurants and at several major retail locations across the city-state, ahead of Green Monday’s plans to open its first Singapore café […]

McDonald’s x OmniLuncheon: Here’s The 411 On The New #PlantBased Menu

4 Mins Read Green Monday has made headlines yet again, now with a groundbreaking partnership between its food tech arm OmniFoods and McDonald’s Hong Kong, making it the first plant-based startup in the world to land a major long-term collab with the holy grail of the fast food giants. It saw an all-new completely vegetarian menu land across […]

McDonald’s Milestone: Hong Kong Franchise Launches First Vegetarian Menu With Green Monday’s OmniPork Luncheon

5 Mins Read After teasing about the collaboration on social media over the weekend, Hong Kong’s plant-based group Green Monday has announced a milestone partnership with McDonald’s. An all-new plant-based menu will roll out across the city at all 280 McDonald’s and 122 McCafé locations in Hong Kong and Macau with six new dishes containing next-gen pork analogues […]

OmniPork Luncheon: You Can Now Buy ‘Vegan Spam’ In Hong Kong Shops, Taiwan & China Coming Soon

3 Mins Read OmniPork Luncheon, the world’s first vegan version of the canned processed meat made famous by Hormel’s Spam brand, is now available for retail in Hong Kong. Developed by Green Monday’s food tech arm OmniFoods, the groundbreaking plant-based and carcinogen-free luncheon meat analogue took the city by storm when it first debuted earlier this year. Looking […]

Plant-Based Pioneer Green Monday Raises US$70M In Record Breaking Round

7 Mins Read Green Monday, the Hong Kong-headquartered plant-based group, has just announced it has raised US$70 million in financing, marking the largest of its kind to date in Asia. It has also recently been named on Fortune Magazine’s annual Change the World list this year, which comprises companies that are tackling society’s unmet needs. Since its inception […]

Omnipork Strip Now Available In Retail, Omnipork Luncheon “Spam” To Come Soon

3 Mins Read Green Monday, the Hong Kong-based group behind the vegan food tech OmniFoods and plant-based grocery chain Green Common has recently announced that its new Omnipork Strip product is now available for retail. Initially debuted alongside Omnipork Luncheon, the world’s first vegan spam product, in selected food outlets, it will now be sold across Green Common […]