Green Monday, the multi-pronged social venture model that promotes plant-based eating and environmental protection, has expanded to produce its own line of plant-based products called OmniMeat, with aim to change the diets of Malaysians nationwide.

Green Monday’s plant-based products includes OmniMeat Mince, OmniMeat Luncheon and OmniMeat Strip, are produced with a unique blend of plant-based proteins that bear a striking resemblance to traditional meat in both flavour and appearance, offering sustainable and healthier alternatives to their meat counterparts without compromising on taste and texture.

“Our OmniMeat is Halal-certified so this is an innovative food product suitable for everyone, truly fulfilling our vision to serve delicious and nutritious plant-based food to people from all faith and cultural backgrounds with any dietary needs,” said David Yeung, the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Green Monday Group.

The revolutionary products were created by Green Monday’s food innovation arm, OmniFoods – which develops alternative protein food products and prepared frozen meals as part of the OmniFoods brand. OmniFoods has an established food science team based in Canada that are leading the development of the global food tech industry and the future of food, a nutritionally superior analogue comprised of a proprietary blend of plant-based protein from pea, non-GMO soy, shiitake mushroom and rice.

The OmniMeat products are available in selected supermarkets and retailers across Malaysia, which includes Ben’s Independent Grocer, Jaya Grocer, Village Grocer, Oliver’s Gourmet, and selected AEON supermarkets, as well as eateries Nourish by Kenny Hills Bakers and Botanica+Co.

For more information on Green Monday and OmniMeat, follow their Instagram @greenmonday.malaysia and Facebook page @GreenMondayMYR.

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