If you’re a fan of the Impossible Burger, we’ve got good news: The pork variant is now available at over a dozen restaurants around Hong Kong.
Made from soy protein, Impossible Sausage contains more iron and fewer calories than pork sausages. The pre-seasoned meat is juicy, chewy and has no antibiotics, making it a great alternative to meat.
For something heavier, check out burger joints Honbo and Triple O’s, where you can enjoy a burger with the plant-based alternative.
Pizza restaurant and prime people-watching spot on Elgin Street, Fini’s, has introduced the Impossible Sausage pizza with red sauce, oregano and mozzarella, and an aglio e olio pasta with Impossible Sausage.
The new offerings follow the debut of Impossible Sausage in Hong Kong at Starbucks outlets across the city earlier this month.
Impossible Sausage is the Silicon Valley start-up’s first all-new product since it launched the Impossible Burger in 2016. The company aims to reduce the world’s reliance on animal foods, the production of which comes with a high environmental cost.
Hong Kong became Impossible Foods’ first international market in 2018, when it launched its plant-based burger at restaurants including Beef & Liberty and Little Bao.
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