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Green Common opens two-storey flagship in Hong Kong

The concept features a coffee & drinks bar, along with grab & go and grocery options.

Plant-based company Green Common unveiled its brand-new two-storey flagship in Nexxus Building, Central in Hong Kong.

The store features an ‘oat milk as default’ coffee bar next to a plant-based grab & go grocery and deli, and an Asian fusion restaurant on its upper floor that showcases its range of faux-meat alternatives.

Green Common Nexxus also offers an extensive range of healthy drinks options, including a newly-launched series of smoothies made with superfood.

The concept also has nature-inspired interiors embellished with organic shapes and recesses on the wall, aimed to create a “warm and inviting” flair for guests to “lead a sustainability lifestyle and indulge in the delicacies.”

“From dine-in gourmet to grab-and-go convenience, from protein revolution to culinary innovation, from our signature OmniPork and OmniSeafood to our unguilty vegan dessert treats, we are here to set a new pinnacle for the world, that gourmet, innovation, sustainability, wellness, kindness and accessibility can absolutely coexist!” Green Monday Group founder and CEO David Yeung said in a media release.

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