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The Hong Kong-based campaign, Green Monday, unveiled the region’s first oat-based mochi frozen desserts in its plant-based coffee and grocery concept, Green Common. The new Oatchi brand, which will be available in select outlets, is 17% lower in calories than its dairy counterpart.

Green Common launched the Oatchi Series, the very first oatmeal mochi frozen dessert to debut in Hong Kong. Created with natural plant-based ingredients, this mochi ice cream is a variation of conventional ice cream and is said to be ideal for health conscious consumers.

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Without chemicals

Plant-based ice cream toppings come in three different flavors, namely green tea, mango, and strawberry. In addition to being vegan, the ice creams are free from added artificial flavors, colors and preservatives.

Less calories, less sugar

All three flavors contain less than 50 kcal, and compared to dairy-based versions, vegan ice cream has an average of 17% fewer calories. They are even 32% less in saturated fat and 19% less in sugars.

Read: Animal-free dairy products are here. But is it vegan?

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Ice cream is available at all Green Common outlets except K11 and The Forest branches. An Oatchi e-voucher is available on the online store of the green boutique.

Consumers can purchase 2 packs at a reduced rate for 60 HKD (approx. $ 7.72), compared to the original price of 34.9 HKD (approx. $ 4.49) for 4 pcs / pack. This offer will last until the end of July.

With a wholesale purchase of 2 Packs of Oatchi and 8 Cups of Any Flavor from Green Common’s Vegan Ice Cream (Dairy Free Frozen Dessert) Series, consumers will receive two Aluminum Ice Cream Scoops for free. and a cooler ice cream bag.

The non-dairy frozen dessert series was recently unveiled by Green Common and compared to dairy ice cream, it contains half the calories, 75% less saturated fat and 44% less sugar.

Read: HK Vegan Ice Cream Shop Guide: Where to Get Dairy Free Frozen Dessert

Main image courtesy of Green Common.

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