Original Article: Hong Kong Tatler
Every Hong Kongers’ favourite (or guilty pleasure) street food snack will also be one of the OmniEat snacks. You can enjoy plant-based versions of classic snacks reimagined as OmniEat siu mai and OmniEat crystal dumplings which will be free from cholesterol and trans-fat. Plant-based beverages such as Califia Farms chocolate and unsweetened oat drinks will be dropping in small-sized bottles.
“More and more people are adopting a vegetarian lifestyle but finding tasty plant-based food conveniently and around the clock can still be a challenge. Our extensive store network and the fact we’re open 24 hours enables us to meet our customers’ needs and offer them plant-based options anytime, anywhere. With that in mind, we have teamed up with Green Monday to launch a new selection of plant-based ready meals that we are rolling out in over 700 stores,” says Alex Liu, managing director of 7-Eleven Hong Kong and Macau.
Speaking of the partnership, David Yeung, founder of Green Monday and Tatler’s Impact List honouree says, “We believe this partnership with 7-Eleven, Hong Kong’s largest convenience store chain, has an enormous impact on promoting a plant-based lifestyle and that the selection from Green Common, including ready meals, dim sum and snacks, gives 7-Eleven’s customers greater choice when it comes to quick and convenient plant-based options. We hope that the range, available at 7-Elevens citywide, enables busy Hongkongers to lead a green lifestyle conveniently, anytime and anywhere.”
All the plant-based options will also be added to their menu on Deliveroo so “everyone can enjoy plant-based food quickly and easily, at home or at the office.”
In addition, plant-based soups, porridge, cookies, rice chips, nuts, crisps, chocolate, instant noodles will also be available.