Western Innovation x Asian Application
How OmniMeat is made
ALL-PURPOSE | PLANT-BASED
With our game-changing OmniMeat, it is designed to be an all-purpose plant-based meat analogue that is nutritional superior and environmentally friendly.
*Each 100g of OmniMeat contains 0mg cholesterol and 4.6g dietary fiber **Compared with uncooked regular ground meat (84% lean) #, the calorie, saturated fat and cholesterol content of OmniMeat are 68%, 100% and 100% lower respectively. (#Reference: USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference)"
No Added Hormones
No Added Antibiotics
Today’s livestock industry contributes more carbon footprint than all transportation combined. It is an extremely inefficient way to produce food in terms of water and land efficiency. Global deforestation can be directly linked to the need for land. It is also one of the main sources of soil and water pollution. An estimated 1.29 billion metric tonnes of waste is produced by the Chinese pork industry per year. In North America, the “dead zone” in the Gulf of Mexico is an oxygen-depleted ocean caused by nitrogen and phosphorus pollution that comes from the hog industry.
Besides the devastating damage to our planet, according to the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) under WHO, processed meat and red meat are classified as a carcinogen. The excessive use of antibiotics is another alarming health risk to meat eaters, as 80% of antibiotics is consumed by the livestock industry.
Of all the meat consumed in the world, nearly 40% is pork.
While Western countries mostly look at chicken or beef as their main protein source, in Asia, particularly in China, pork is by far the highest consumed meat. In fact, 65% of meat consumed in China is pork. The ratio of pork-to-beef per capita consumption in 2016 ranges from 2.2:1 in Japan, 2.4:1 in Korea, 3.8:1 in Singapore, 6.8:1 in China/Hong Kong/Macau to a whopping 10.8:1 in Vietnam.
According to a recent survey, 70% of interviewees believe that the condition of many pigs kept on factory farms are both upsetting and wrong. With all the health and environmental devastation from meat, the food industry is overdue for massive overhaul. Change is already happening in North America and Europe, but it has been largely missing in Asia, home of 60% global population. In China, 85% of those surveyed said they would now consider changing their supermarket or shopping location.
OmniMeat is developed by OmniFoods, a food tech company launched by Green Monday. Our experienced canada-based R&D team had developed this food innovation by extensive research on Asian cuisines and culinary practices. OmniMeat is an all-purpose solution of Green Monday, as a diversified and innovative social enterprise model, to promote shifting to plant-based diet as a crucial mean to tackle global warming and food insecurity. Green Monday was established in 2012. By working with companies, restaurants, schools and various parties, we have effectively increase the awareness of plant-based life style. According to a survey result released by an international consultant in Dec 2018, the number of HK people practising flexitarian has reached 1.75M. The existence and influence of Green Monday has gradually expanded, and it has been implemented in schools and government authorities of 30+ countries, including the United States, Singapore and Macau.
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