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October 2021 - OmniFoods, Asia's leading plant-based meat brand, collaborates
with 20 restaurant brands including renowned chains Au Bon Pain, Sizzler and
more in this year's Jae Festival, introducing their plant-based meat to
crowd-favourite staples featuring Omni Luncheon and Omni Mince ranging from
noodles to bagels in over 150 outlets across the city, bringing health and
sustainability to the 9-day cleansing and beyond.
them are well-loved restaurants including gourmet bakery cafe chain Au Bon Pain, grill aficionados Sizzler, the stylish Greyhound Cafe, authentic Mexican Sunrise Tacos, vegan maestro Veganerie, hip Thai restaurant EASY! Buddy, Lao Teng, Absolute Fitfood,
Fitmeal Foods, IMPACT, @22 Restaurant, SC
Park Hotel, Masu Maki & Sushi
Bar, Origi, Bangkok City Diner, Passionfood BKK, Munch Box by Nidhi and Vistro.
With over 150 outlets in the city and an extensive range of cuisines available,
Omni dishes are just around the corner.
from the award-winning plant-based meat Omni Mince and Omni Luncheon, the delectable
new dishes include Omni Luncheon Bagel,
Omni Laab Tod with Sticky Rice, Vegetarian Complicated Noodle, Chipotle Wonder Crunch, Omni Luncheon Pasta, Omni Luncheon Pad Kaprao and many more.
Available throughout October, the plant-based delicacies are here to make this
Jae Festival kinder and healthier.
Created in 2018, OmniMeat took
Asia by storm with its tender, juicy texture, versatility and sustainability
credentials. Available through supermarkets such as Tops, Foodland and Golden
Place, OmniMeat's three varieties allow chefs to curate an infinite variety of
plant-based dishes and can be seasoned, steamed, pan- or deep-fried, stuffed or
crumbled. Made using a proprietary blend of plant-based protein from non-GMO
soy, peas, shiitake mushrooms and rice, OmniMeat's products contain less
saturated fat, less calories, and zero cholesterol compared to animal-based