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Coronavirus has put plant protein back on the menu for China

China's meatless market has been growing rapidly in recent years. Image: REUTERS/Joyce Zhou

Farah Master

Correspondent, Thomson Reuters

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A pork cutlet dish made with plant-based meat Omnipork at a vegan restaurant called Kind Kitchen in Hong Kong, China. Image: REUTERS/Joyce Zhou

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“After the coronavirus, Chinese people have more consciousness not to eat wild animals and eat the right sources of protein,” said Lu. Image: REUTERS/Joyce Zhou

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