The store houses a dedicated area for retail and a wider cafe area.
Green Monday Group, the social venture that created the plant-based meat analogue OmniFoods, announced the launch of Singapore’s first Green Common outlet.
Located at VivoCity, the 3,000-square-foot eatery and grocery concept store brings leading plant-based brands under one roof, including OmniMeat, Beyond Meat, Daiya, JUST and Heura.
Opening on 19 January, the store serves a curated menu of fully plant-based dishes and offer meat-free cooking staples as well as the new-to-market OmniEat range of ready-made vegan meals.
Green Monday Group launched Green Common in 2015 as the world’s first plant-based concept store, with the latest opening marking the first one of its kind in Southeast Asia. It is also the group's eleventh outlet worldwide, after the recently opened store in Shanghai, China as well as nine locations in Hong Kong.
“Over the years we have seen great interest from Singaporeans looking to have access to more plant-based alternatives. We are so excited to be launching the first Green Common concept in Southeast Asia here, bringing our signature retail and dine-in concepts to the city. Our one-stop shop is designed to make it easy to go green and make thoughtful (and delicious) lifestyle choices,” Green Monday Group chief executive David Yeung said in a media release.
The open-floor plan houses a dedicated area for retail and a wider cafe area that seats 112 people indoors, as well as outdoor seating for 36.
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