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October 29, 2020 - South China Morning Post

Rise of plant-based meat options like Impossible and OmniPork shows growing love of green diets in Hong Kong

Rise of plant-based meat options like Impossible and OmniPork shows growing love of green diets in Hong Kong
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Hong Kong diners no longer have to go to a restaurant to enjoy an Impossible plant-based burger – they can now walk into any ParknShop supermarket and buy some Impossible Beef to cook at home.

Hong Kong and Singapore are the first places outside the United States to have the vegan “meat” available in supermarkets. For non-meat eaters, it’s a welcome addition to what has been a limited menu and another sign that the notion of a plant-based diet has moved from the periphery to the mainstream.

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