How Green Common is shifting the mindset of meat eaters

Singapore has become a hub of plant-based food innovation. Image: Supplied.
When David Yeung opened the doors to his plant-based eatery and grocery store concept, Green Common, in Singapore two weeks ago, there were lines of people queuing out the door to get a seat. Launched by Green Monday Group in Hong Kong in 2015, Green Common is described as a “one-stop culinary destination for plant-based eating”. The 3000 sq ft space sells the world’s leading plant-based brands and offers a curated menu of meat-free dishes, all under the one roof. And being the first Green

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