Taste Test

Plant-based food that packs a punch

From sausages to egg to prawn balls, The Sunday Times puts new meat alternatives and vegan-friendly options to the test

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A slew of plant-based products have entered the market, moving beyond the usual alternative meat patties and nuggets. ST's specially selected panel takes a taste test.
Items tested include sliced beef from South Korean food manufacturing company Zikooin; sambal chilli from Penang’s Pinxin Vegan Cuisine; and camembert from Singapore-based start-up 4MY. ST PHOTOS: NG SOR LUAN
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As demand for plant-based food continues to grow, new products are constantly entering the buzzing scene.

Many have moved beyond the now mainstream plant-based burger patties and nuggets. The newcomers are different meat alternatives, as well as cheese and seafood substitutes.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on January 31, 2021, with the headline Plant-based food that packs a punch. Subscribe