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Impossible Foods and The Butchers Club commission 3D art work at K11

The “Impossible Burger”, featured plant-based ‘meat’ from Impossible Foods, can now be bought at all The Butchers Club locations in Hong Kong.

To celebrate the launch of The Butchers Club Impossible Classic Burger, the two companies have commissioned local artist Terena Wong to create a thought-provoking 3D artwork in the Piazza at K11.

The artwork is a symbolic representation of Impossible Food’s stated mission to restore biodiversity and reduce the impact of climate change by transforming the global food system, as well as The Butchers Club’s ongoing commitment to being more sustainable.

Impossible Foods’ long-term goal is to accelerate the switch to a more sustainable food system, starting with its burger offering and expanding to a range of pork, chicken, fish and dairy products made directly from plants.

Served in more than 15,000 restaurants in the US, Hong Kong, Macau and Singapore, the Impossible Burger uses a fraction of natural resources needed to produce animal beef: 96-per-cent less land, 87-per-cent less water and 89-per-cent fewer greenhouse gas emissions.

Terena Wong has completed more than 40 community art projects, street art works, 3D mural paintings and 3D floor paintings in Hong Kong, the US and China, and has worked with many different parties including the government and non-profit organisations.

The artwork is available to view and interact with until August 31.

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