It's Confirmed: Plant-Based "SPAM" Will Be Available In The Philippines

We have to wait a bit longer, though.

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Last week, Omnifoods announced that it has launched a plant-based luncheon meat and is currently available in Hong Kong. If you've been looking for meat alternatives and healthier food while in the middle of a pandemic, there's good news: the "Omnipork Luncheon" will be available in the Philippines.

Prime Pacific Foods, Inc. has confirmed that they will be bringing in the luncheon meat from Omnifoods and will be available in the third quarter of 2020. Omnipork Luncheon claims to be cholesterol-free and has zero carcinogenic nitrates. This product is also said to be 49 percent lower in fat and 62 percent lower in sodium compared to SPAM and other pork-based canned goods.

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Prime Pacific Foods Inc., already has the Omnipork in stock, though. It's a plant-based ground pork alternative that mimics real meat. You may already order the Omnipork via their website at www.ppfc-online.com with free delivery for purchases worth atleast P1,000 for orders made during the enhanced community quarantine.

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Prime Pacific also carries the Beyond Meat line and new stocks of plant-based burger patties and sausages will be arriving on the first week of June.

For more information, follow Prime Pacific Foods Inc., on Instagram.

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