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Asia's Green Monday raises $70m for plant-based food growth

Swire Pacific and TPG among latest backers of Hong Kong group

OmniPork is a minced pork substitute made of soy and rice. (Photo courtesy of Green Monday)

TOKYO -- Green Monday Holdings, a Hong Kong producer of plant-based meat substitutes, has raised $70 million to expand, underling rising investor attention amid rising consumer awareness of alternatives to animal products.

The Hong Kong based company was founded in 2012 and produces plant-based OmniPork, a minced pork substitute made of soy and rice.

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