Green Monday, the Hong Kong-based company behind plant-based pork Omnipork, has introduced two new products catering to the Asian palate, Omnipork Luncheon and Omnipork Strip.
Calling it “the world’s first plant-based luncheon meat,” Green Monday says the Spam-like alternative caters to Asian consumers who love the massively popular canned meat but are concerned about health warnings around consuming processed conventional meats. Omnipork Luncheon Meat has 49% less fat and 62% less sodium than the conventional canned meat product.
Omnipork Strip is a plant-based alternative to pork shoulder, which is commonly served across Asia in dishes such as vermicelli noodles, Shanghainese fried noodles and with preserved vegetables.
Simultaneously with the launch, Green Monday announced it will rebrand its food tech arm that created Omnipork, Right Treat, to OmniFoods.
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