OmniFoods creator, Green Monday Group, has launched Southeast Asia’s first Green Common outlet at VivoCity, in Singapore.
Spanning 3000sqft, the Green Common Singapore venue houses a dedicated area for retail and a wider cafe area with indoor capacity of 112 people, as well as outdoor seating for 36. Green Common cafe serves a curated menu of plant-based dishes helmed by Chef Louie Moong.
The Singapore branch of the Hong Kong-based company also offers OmniEat’s ready-made vegan meal range, which features Asian dishes such as Truffle Gyoza, Siu Mai and Crystal Dumpling.
Beside the OmniMeat range, the store houses a selection of 50 products from international plant-based brands, including Beyond Meat, Daiya, Califia Farms, Bite Society, Moving Mountains, Vegan Robs and Heura.
“Over the years we have seen great interest from Singaporeans looking to have access to more plant-based alternatives,” said David Yeung, founder and CEO of Green Monday Group. “Our one-stop shop is designed to make it easy to go green and make thoughtful (and delicious) lifestyle choices.”
The Green Common store is also the brand’s second international location after Shanghai. Launched in 2015, plant-based concept store Green Common now operates 11 outlets across Hong Kong, Singapore and China.