World’s first plant-based luncheon meat now available in stores and restaurants across Singapore

Plant-based meat alternatives have been taking over the culinary world by storm, and it’s no surprise why. As the product of years of research and development, these sustainable and healthier alternatives bear a striking resemblance to traditional meats, without compromising on the taste or texture – it tastes just like the real thing.

You’ve heard of plant-based burger patties, sausages, and now, plant-based luncheon meat by OmniFood!

OmniFood has just launched their OmniMeat Luncheon and OmniMeat Strip at restaurants and supermarkets in Singapore, following a positive reception from the launch in partnership with McDonald’s in Hong Kong and Macau,

OmniMeat Luncheon

The OmniMeat Luncheon has a firm, yet tender and meaty texture thanks to the plant-based ingredients – namely the non-GMO soybean and wheat.

Perfect with toast, rice and noodles as a simple and delicious meal, this plant-based substitute is also rich in protein, dietary fiber, potassium and calcium, making it the ultimate guilt-free solution to satisfying your luncheon meat cravings.

We’ve all got those lazy days where we just don’t feel like cooking, but you can whip up a meal with OmniMeat Luncheon in no time. There’ll be no need for defrosting, and you can cook it directly from the freezer by pan-frying for only one to two minutes for each side.

OmniMeat Strip

Created specifically for Asian diets, the OmniMeat Strip is a highly adaptable plant-based cruelty-free alternative to meat strips, which are widely used in Asian dishes

Packed with protein, dietary fibre, potassium, calcium and iron, this plant-based alternative has 8% less calories and 76% less total fat content as compared to the average meat shoulder!

Where to get OmniMeat

OmniMeat Luncheon and OmniMeat Strip are available at selected NTUC FairPrice supermarkets, retailing at S$8.80 per pack (U.P. S$9.35) and S$6.95 per pack (U.P. S$7.55) respectively.

Keep an eye out from 15 December onwards because OmniMeat Luncheon and OmniMeat Strip will be available in other major supermarkets and selected online retail platforms, including RedMart.

Restaurants that serve OmniMeat

You can look forward to exciting new OmniMeat creations at five hotels and the award winning local F&B group, COLLIN’S, that will also be putting OmniMeat Luncheon dishes on the menu at its 11 restaurants across Singapore.

From today until 2 December 2020, feast on a wide selection of plant-based dishes available at Accor Group’s varied dining establishments in Singapore.

OmniMeat Luncheon Sando (left) and OmniMeat Luncheon Sushi (right)

Raffles Hotel Singapore will be serving an OmniMeat Luncheon Sando ($22++) at the Raffles Courtyard, whilst Fairmont Singapore will be offering a varied array of 100% vegan dining options, including the OmniMeat Luncheon Sushi ($26++) and OmniMeat Luncheon Udon ($42++) at their Japanese Mikuni Restaurant.

OmniMeat Luncheon Tartlet (left) and OmniMeat Luncheon Tagliatelle Aglio e Olio (right)

Meanwhile, at Swissôtel The Stamford, you can enjoy a delectable OmniMeat Luncheon Burger ($22++) from Clove Burgers and Shakers. Not forgetting the Swissôtel Merchant Court’s Ellenborough Market Café, which will be serving the OmniMeat Luncheon Tartlet ($12 nett). And lastly, Mercure Singapore on Stevens’ Winestone will be serving the vegetarian OmniMeat Luncheon Tagliatelle Aglio e Olio ($30++).

OmniMeat Luncheon Chef Salad (left) and OmniMeat Luncheon Lasagna (right)

Available from today until 31 January 2021, you can tuck into COLLIN’S new vegetarian offerings: OmniMeat Luncheon Lasagna (S$16.80++) and, for a lighter but equally flavoursome option, the OmniMeat Luncheon Chef Salad (S$12.80++).

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