Green Common

Green Common

Green Common is a plant-based concept store located in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, that was founded in 2015 by David Yeung and Francis Ngai.

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Plant-based meat
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Green Common is a plant-based concept store and green living emporium consisting of a plant-based supermarket, vegetarian bistro, floral art boutique, and a cruelty-free restaurant called "Kind Kitchen" that offers a plant-based menu. The idea behind Green Common is to have everything needed under one roof to live a green lifestyle. David Yueng and Francis NgaiFrancis Ngai, founders of Green Monday, founded Green Common in 2015 to work in conjunction with Green Monday. The concept store is located in Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

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Green Common

Green Common is a plant-based concept store located in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, that was founded in 2015 by David Yeung and Francis Ngai.

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Green Common is a plant-based concept store and green living emporium consisting of a plant-based supermarket, vegetarian bistro, floral art boutique, and a cruelty-free restaurant called "Kind Kitchen" that offers a plant-based menu. The idea behind Green Common is to have everything needed under one roof to live a green lifestyle. David Yueng and Francis Ngai, founders of Green Monday, founded Green Common in 2015 to work in conjunction with Green Monday. The concept store is located in Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

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David Yeung

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Francis Ngai

Co-Founder

Jenny NG

Executive Director

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City of Berkeley Will Go Vegan Once a Week

Jill Ettinger

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Plant-based foods gaining global currency - Food & Drink International

Dominic Cuthburt

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Green Common

Green Common is a plant-based concept store located in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, that was founded in 2015 by David Yeung and Francis Ngai.

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Green Common is a plant-based concept store located in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, that was founded in 2015 by David Yeung and Francis Ngai.

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