7-Eleven offers vegan meals in 800 locations in Hong Kong
This week the comfort chain 7-Eleven expanded its 800 areas in Hong Kong to incorporate two vegan prepared meals. The meals are made by the native OmniEats model – a part of the OmniFoods Based by David Yeung, an environmentally aware entrepreneur who owns the social enterprise Inexperienced Monday, the model portfolio is available in two flavors with vegan pork: Spicy Thai Basil OmniPork Rice and Thai OmniPork Stir-Fried Noodles. Flash frozen meals can be found by means of October 27 at a reduced worth of HK $ 30 ($ 3.87) to compete with costs for related non-vegan meals.
Along with its 7-Eleven partnership, the vegan model is aggressively increasing the supply of its merchandise at different retailers and meals service suppliers in international locations throughout Asia. In March, OmniFoods, in collaboration with the comfort retailer chain FamilyMart, launched two flavors of its Omnipork On the spot Meal Cups at 3,600 areas throughout Taiwan. Earlier this week, the corporate’s newly launched OmniPork Luncheon Meat – a vegan model of SPAM – grew to become accessible in 280 McDonald’s and 122 McCafé shops in Hong Kong and Macau.