Plant-based fishballs and luncheon meat? Traditional food manufacturers offer meatless options

(Clockwise from top left) Noodles featuring Eat Plant Love plant-based fishballs and Anew plant-based luncheon meat, ALTN plant-based satay and Wayback Burgers’ vegan foie gras burger. PHOTOS: NG SOR LUAN, MARK CHEONG, SYAMIL SAPARI, WAYBACK BURGERS
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SINGAPORE – Fishballs, luncheon meat and dim sum from some popular home-grown household brands are getting a plant-based makeover.

With the plant-based food sector dominated by nuggets and burger patties geared towards Western cuisine, local food manufacturers are churning out alternatives for Asian and local dishes.

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