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What’s Been Happening at OmniFoods?

The Hong Kong-based company continues its efforts to remove animals from plates in various global markets. Let’s look at what OmniFoods has been up to recently.  United States In the United States, the recent launch of the Katsu OMNI Luncheon Musubi at 7-Eleven Hawaii received an impressive response, with the product selling out in just three days. The positive reaction secured it a place as a regular item at 7-Eleven Hawaii locations. OmniFoods is currently selling at Walmart, Whole Foods and Sprouts around the country, but it has also hit the shelves at Lily’s Vegan Grocery store in New York and at New Seasons Market locations where it has received a lot of good feedback already. The brand has plans to continue expanding its food …


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Green Monday and Ernst & Young Sign MOU Asking Over 20,000 Employees to Go Vegan One Day a Week

On the first working day of the new year, the first big news from Green Monday came with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Green Monday and Ernst & Young yesterday, encouraging over 22,000 employees of Ernst & Young China to eat plant-based once a week to reduce carbon emissions. The MOU was signed yesterday at the “EY-Greenpeace MOU Signing Ceremony and EY China 2021 Carbon Neutral Campaign Launching Ceremony”. Both parties will work together to study and practice carbon neutrality and promote environmental protection based on the principles of “leveraging strengths, mutual promotion, long-term cooperation and mutual benefit”. During the event, Green Common, a subsidiary of Green Monday and newly established in Shanghai, prepared the “Future Lunch Box” for the staff …


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David Yeung: “This Crisis Creates a Great Window for the Plant-Based Food Industry”

The Asian market is at the forefront of conversation in vegan business today and represents the potential for huge growth due to increased meat prices, and of course the coronavirus. David Yeung, perhaps the the most influential figure in terms of plantbased business in Asia, speaks to vegconomist about his views on the situation in China and beyond.


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Taste the Future Green Common Launches Healthy Plant-Based Platform in Mainland China

Green Common, a social enterprise promoting plant-based living in Asia, yesterday unveiled its Tmall Global flagship store. A one-stop green lifestyle brand comprising retail outlets, restaurants and culinary education, Green Common strives to empower Chinese consumers with a simple message: plant-based food is nutritious, delicious, and can positively impact personal health and the environment.