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Taiwan’s Biggest Fast Food Chain Is Selling 1 Million Vegan Pork Dumplings A Week

Taiwan’s Biggest Fast Food Chain Is Selling 1 Million Vegan Pork Dumplings A Week

by Agi Kaja

Taiwan's largest fast-food restaurant chain, Bafang Yunji, partnered with Hong Kong-based Green Monday and launched plant-based Omnipork dumplings in its locations across the country. 

Since the launch, Bafang Yunji has been selling over 1 million Omnipork dumplings each week at its nearly 1,000 stores. 

Bafang Yunji is Taiwan's largest Quick Service Restaurant chain, with almost 1,000 locations around the country (McDonald's, the country's second-largest, has only 350 spots in Taiwan)

Omnipork is a vegan pork mince alternative made from rice, mushrooms, soy and pea protein. It contains zero cholesterol, no genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) and antibiotics.

It also comes with a minimal environmental footprint.

Commenting on the success of Omnipork, founder of Green Monday David Yeung said: "The whopping weekly sales of 1 million Omnipork dumplings [has] far exceeded our expectations, and is a loud and clear statement that Asian markets are ready for change once tasty, innovative and affordable options are available to them."


Agi Kaja

Agi Kaja

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