Float Foods’ OnlyEg Gets the Veganuary Treatment In Singaporean Restaurants
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Singapore’s Float Foods is launching a region-wide restaurant push for its plant-based OnlyEg during Veganuary.
Just weeks after announcing a meal kit partnership in Hong Kong with DayDayCook, Singapore’s Float Foods is teaming up again. This time, it’s partnering with a number of restaurants on its home turf to help locals and visitors to Singapore celebrate Veganuary — the month-long campaign that encourages people to go vegan for January.
Float Foods has partnered with Swissotel, Park Royal Pickering, Sofitel Sentosa, and well-known cafes and restaurants including OldTown White Coffee, Potato Head, The Hainan Story, Bangkok Jam, bamboo bowls, Erwin’s Gastrobar, Level 33, Lime House, Solo Ristorante, Ling Zhi, Afterglow, The Plant Food, Makan Vegan, Warung Ijo, Daily Green, Naked Earth, and S17 Community Kitchen.
The menus will feature the range of OnlyEg’s ready-to-eat products including Shreds, Omelettes, Tamagoyaki, and Patties.
“Here at Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa, we are proud to be doing our part for the environment by supporting OnlyEg in Veganuary as one of the many initiatives to achieve The Singapore Green Plan 2030,” Cavaliere Giovanni Viterale, General Manager for Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa, said in a statement.
“A vegan diet is one of the best things we can do for the environment. By going vegan, not only do we reduce greenhouse gases, but also global acidification, land use, and water use. It is probably the single biggest way to reduce our impact on planet Earth,” Viterale said.
“At bamboo bowls our whole concept is to have a plant-forward menu, so it made sense to partner with OnlyEg. Our primary mission is to focus on health and sustainability, so we are proud to be a part of Veganuary,” Chef Justin Hammond, bamboo bowls.
OnlyEg is comparable to conventional chicken eggs with eight to 12 grams of protein per 100-gram serving. But they contain 70 percent less saturated fat than chicken eggs, zero cholesterol, and contain non artificial preservatives. colors, or flavors.
In September, Float Foods became the first manufacturer to launch a commercially available plant-based egg Tamagoyaki in Asia.
“We build our products around the philosophy of using plants to help consumers eat clean, naturally sourced, nutrient-dense substitutes that are beneficial for their health and wellbeing,” the company said.