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#whatsnextHK Disruptor: An Interview with TiNDLE

Herbert Yum

Herbert Yum

15 Sep 21

According to Euromonitor, Hong Kong recorded one of the fastest growing markets for meat-substitutes in Asia Pacific in 2020. Sabrina Sakhrani, General Manager of Euromonitor International's Hong Kong office interviewed Next Gen Foods about the company's newly established plant-based chicken TiNDLE, together with Classic Fine Foods, its distributor, on their visions, insights and disruptions in the plant-based field.

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Plant-Based Chicken Sets Sail in Hong Kong

Herbert Yum

Herbert Yum

8 Sep 21

The meat substitutes market in Hong Kong continues to grow fast, accelerated by the entry of two leading plant-based meat providers, Beyond Meat and Impossible Meat. After the long disruption caused by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in 2020, TiNDLE, an alternative chicken provider, is now partnering with local fine dining restaurants to establish itself in Hong Kong. With additional insight from Classic Fine Food, a premium food specialist operating across Europe, the Middle East and Asia, there is clear and significant potential for meat substitutes in the region, and long term growth.

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Hong Kong: The New Cash Cow for Japanese Sake Manufacturers

Tomomi Fujikawa

Tomomi Fujikawa

15 Jul 21

The traditional, rice-based alcoholic drink sake has always been part of the life and national culture of Japanese people, both on special and daily occasions. However, the Japanese market is shrinking, and sake breweries are looking for future…

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Health and Indulgence Shaping New-Style Tea Drinks in the Greater Bay Area

Peter Wong

Peter Wong

29 Nov 20

A version of this article originally appeared in the Coffee and Tea digital issue of Food & Beverage Insider. Brewed from high-quality tea leaves mixed with ingredients and toppings, such as fruit and whipped cheese, new-style tea drinks are…

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Home is the New Bar

Daegal Leung

Daegal Leung

4 Nov 20

Hong Kong consumers enjoy a good glass of malt. However, a multitude of external factors have heavily impacted both the consumption and production of whisky. Sales of whisky have suffered, with social unrest in Hong Kong and the Coronavirus…

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Fashion Friday: Disruption in the Hong Kong Fashion Market

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

25 Sep 20

Despite being negatively impacted by COVID-19, the fashion market in Hong Kong has shown resilience in the sportswear sector. Performance and outdoor sportswear performed especially well in spite of the pandemic, due to consumers in Hong Kong…

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Coronavirus Pandemic to Boost Food Delivery Industry in the Greater Bay Area

Peter Wong

Peter Wong

2 Jul 20

With the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic forcing many people to stay at home for protracted periods of time, consumer demand for food delivery has been growing massively in China’s Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area (GBA), which will be…

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Niche Edible Oils Boil Up in Hong Kong

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

23 Feb 20

Oil is one of the “seven necessities to begin a day” for Chinese people (together with firewood, rice, salt, sauce, vinegar and tea). In Hong Kong, the two local giants Lam Soon and Hop Hing, which own the brands Knife and Lion & Globe,…

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Hong Kong Embraces 3 Disruptions in Instant Noodles

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

17 Dec 19

Since the 1960s, Instant noodles has long been a top-of-mind budget staple. Riding on its extensive retail and media penetration, Nissin gradually marked its dominance in the Hong Kong instant noodles market. However, recently, challenging this…