• Plant-Based Startup ‘Let’s Plant Meat’ Launches its First Vegan Burgers into Major Thai Supermarkets

    Let’s Plant Meat, a plant-based startup in Thailand, is receiving excellent reviews for its vegan burgers which are half of the price of the standard vegan imports which many vegans in Thailand are used to. The products have now launched into major supermarkets in the Thai market.

    Mr. Smith Taweelerdniti, CEO of Let’s Plant Meat said: “Chiang Mai made the list of the world’s worst air quality during the annual crop burning season; the burning largely came from fields growing corn to feed livestock. For as long as we continue to consume meat, the air we breathe will continue to be polluted. What if we can provide consumers with a product that is just as tasty, but is environmentally friendly?”

    Let’s Plant Meat is planning to expand more items such as plant-based minced meat, sausages & skewer meat. The start-up is also looking into exporting into other markets this year. The products are now available at Rim Ping, Tesco Lotus, Gourmet Market, MaxValu & Jagota Gourmet.

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