David Yeung, co-founder of Green Monday Group, plans to use proceeds from its US$70 million fundraising to expand its production and retail network, including opening its first Green Common flagship location in Shanghai this year. Photo: David Wong David Yeung, co-founder of Green Monday Group, plans to use proceeds from its US$70 million fundraising to expand its production and retail network, including opening its first Green Common flagship location in Shanghai this year. Photo: David Wong
David Yeung, co-founder of Green Monday Group, plans to use proceeds from its US$70 million fundraising to expand its production and retail network, including opening its first Green Common flagship location in Shanghai this year. Photo: David Wong

Cathay Pacific parent Swire, TPG invest in plant-based food firm Green Monday’s US$70 million funding round

  • Fundraising is the largest of its kind in Asia to date, according to plant-based pork maker
  • Taiwanese-American actor and singer Wang Leehom among investors in company’s fourth round of fundraising

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David Yeung, co-founder of Green Monday Group, plans to use proceeds from its US$70 million fundraising to expand its production and retail network, including opening its first Green Common flagship location in Shanghai this year. Photo: David Wong David Yeung, co-founder of Green Monday Group, plans to use proceeds from its US$70 million fundraising to expand its production and retail network, including opening its first Green Common flagship location in Shanghai this year. Photo: David Wong
David Yeung, co-founder of Green Monday Group, plans to use proceeds from its US$70 million fundraising to expand its production and retail network, including opening its first Green Common flagship location in Shanghai this year. Photo: David Wong
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