Hong Kong restaurants will use Impossible Pork in staple Chinese dishes such as dan dan noodles, dim sum and rice preparations. Photo: Handout
Hong Kong restaurants will use Impossible Pork in staple Chinese dishes such as dan dan noodles, dim sum and rice preparations. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong first in queue for taste of Impossible Food’s plant-based pork, as Impossible Pork heads to Jollibee-owned Tim Ho Wan, ParknShop stores

  • Impossible Pork will be launched across 100 restaurants in Hong Kong on October 4
  • Plant-based foods industry set to be worth US$35.8 billion by 2027 from US$11.1 billion in 2019, according to Polaris Market Research

Hong Kong restaurants will use Impossible Pork in staple Chinese dishes such as dan dan noodles, dim sum and rice preparations. Photo: Handout
Hong Kong restaurants will use Impossible Pork in staple Chinese dishes such as dan dan noodles, dim sum and rice preparations. Photo: Handout

Corrected [9:09am, 23 Sep, 2021]

  • [9:09am, 23 Sep, 2021]

    Correcting Dennis Woodside's title. He is president of Impossible Foods, not its founder and CEO.

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