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International coffee chain Starbucks is being urged to cut ties with its Starbucks Hong Kong license holder, Maxim’s Caterers. The license holder is being targeted for selling shark fin dishes at restaurants across Hong Kong. Maxim’s Caterers came under fire from the NGO WildAid after it claimed to be “the first Chinese restaurant chain to completely […]
Omnipork, a vegan pork product created by Hong Kong start-up Right Treat, is setting out to meet the demand for pork across Asia. The plant-based pork debuted at select Hong Kong restaurants earlier this month, and it is already earning a name for itself among chefs and diners for its realistic flavor and texture. Omnipork is currently […]
Three of Hong Kong’s leading hotels, Hotel ICON, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, and InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong, have added the vegan Impossible Burger to their menus. The plant-based patty made its debut in Hong Kong last month, marking the company’s first international expansion. Cumulatively, the Impossible Burger is now served at over 2,000 restaurants […]
Green Common, a Hong-Kong based grocery store and restaurant chain, is launching a new venture, The Kind Kitchen, in June. The eatery, located in Nan Fung Place, will act as a combined restaurant and store, but also as a center for numerous events, product launches, and cooking demonstrations. The vegan menu on offer in The Kind Kitchen […]
Saudi Arabian Prince Khaled bin Alwaleed just paid a visit to the leading vegan campaign and social venture group in Asia, Hong Kong’s Green Monday. Green Monday co-founder, David Yeung, shared a picture of himself with the prince. “An honor to host Saudi Prince @khaledalwaleed at Green Common today!!!,” captioned Yeung. “Turned vegan 8 years […]
The Sai Ying Pun branch of Pizza Express, in Hong Kong, has launched three brand-new vegan pizzas, featuring Daiya Foods‘ vegan cheese. The new launch makes Pizza Express the first pizza chain in Hong Kong to offer vegan pies. The Cavolo Verde, a thin and crispy pizza with kale and black garlic, the Trifolata, which […]