A new paradise for vegans has arrived in Singapore.
Green Common is an all-new vegan spot designed to keep the future in mind. [Featured Imgage: @greencommon.sg].
Not only is all food plant-based, but the new café sets out with the aim to “make green common”. Their aim is to make eating green a common, and stress the benefits doing so has on the environment.
For example, eating plant-based for just one year can save 1.5 tonnes of carbon emissions.
Plus, their “food 2.0 revolution” uses computer algorithms to formulate the best-tasting and most sustainable protein to pack into their plant-based products. And, the results are fabulous.
At Green Common, you’ll find everything from moutherwatering meet-free meatballs, Gardein crab cakes, butternut pumpkin soup, omni fries and more.
There’s a whole world of divine, sustainable plant-based food to dive into at Green Common, adding to the many wonderful vegan spots around the city.
Visit Green Common’s website to find out more.