Eiko Onishi, founder of the Pay-a-Vegan app, which hopes to give diners US$1 credit for every plant-based dish they consume. Photo: James Wendlinger

Pay-a-Vegan: the app that wants to pay you to eat plant-based

  • Founder Eiko Onishi wants to encourage more restaurants to offer vegan menu options
  • She also hopes to connect meat-free eaters to those restaurants, when the app launches in June
Topic |   Veganism

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Eiko Onishi, founder of the Pay-a-Vegan app, which hopes to give diners US$1 credit for every plant-based dish they consume. Photo: James Wendlinger
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Lauren James

Lauren James

Lauren James joined SCMP as part of the Young Post team in 2015, before moving to the Culture desk in 2017. Originally from the UK, she enjoys writing about arts and entertainment, environmental issues, health and fitness, technology and food. She is an avid gig-goer and passionate about Hong Kong's music scene.