Green Monday and OmniFoods understands the hardship the pandemic has placed on underprivileged communities, partnering with SOS and BCH and join hands to support the Thai community with nutritious meals in this meaningful collaboration. SOS made nourishing meals with 1,000 cartons (3,840 kg) of Omni Luncheon donated, such as Omni Luncheon Stir-Fried Thai Basil and Omni Luncheon Deep Fried with Yellow Curry, distributing over 16,000 meals to 124 low-income and refugee communities in Bangkok, Pathum Thani, and remote areas such as Kanchanaburi and Ayutthaya. With the 3,000 cartons (11,520 kg) of Omni Luncheon donation, BCH made Omni Luncheon Stir-Fried with Long Beans and Cabbage and Omni Luncheon Stir-Fried with Mixed Vegetables, a total of 114,000 meals will be given out over a 38-day span to 15 slum communities in Khlong Toei and 15 communities in Bangkok, a total of 30 communities will enjoy the meals with Omni Luncheon.
Apart from providing nutritious meals to those in need, the charitable event also serves as a first glance to the meal recipients on plant-based meat. SOS stated that the recipients were appreciative to receive the nutritious and protein-packed Omni Luncheon in their meals. Apart from caring for the Thai community, this donation also serves as an opportunity to educate the public on the benefits of adopting plant-based diets, a goal shared by OmniFoods and its parent company, Green Monday, which advocates plant-based diets to alleviate pressing global crisis such as climate change and food insecurity.
Owned by Green Monday Holdings, OmniFoods’ range of alternative protein products includes the OmniMeat series, OmniSeafood series, and OmniEat series. With R&D in Canada and distribution network in over 20 markets, OmniFoods is partner to many of the world’s top restaurants and retail chains including Whole Foods Market, Sprouts Farmers Market, Starbucks, McDonald’s Hong Kong, Cathay Pacific Airlines, Disneyland Hotel, Four Seasons Hotels, Conrad Hotels, Grand Hyatt Hotels, and Pizza Express.