Food Truck Sells 3,400 JUST Vegan Egg Sandwiches In 3 Days

The product uses mung beans to replicate traditional chicken egg
JUST Egg vegan sandwiches
There was significant interest in the product (Photo: Supplied)

A food truck sold more than 3,400 JUST Egg sandwiches over three days during a product launch event in Singapore.

JUST Egg -  which is vegan and made from mung beans and was created to replicate egg but with a lower environmental footprint - was launched at the Grand Hyatt Singapore on November 1.

The food truck was part of a three-day event introducing the product to the South East Asian market. According to JUST, the events generated substantial interest.

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"On the first day, 225 [sandwiches] were sold in the first 25 minutes and a steady stream of curious locals and visitors came to the pop-up, took photos and shared thoughts about their first bites on social media," JUST said in a statement sent to Plant Based News.

"In fact, the Grand Hyatt’s JUST Egg sandwich is currently the most-reviewed dish on the plant-focused food app A Billion Veg.

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Taste test

JUST Egg won positive praise from top bloggers Toni Okamoto of Plant-Based On A Budget, and Michelle Cehn of World of Vegan who taste-tested the product for Plant Based News.

After sampling the egg, Okamoto said: "I think it's really good. I think the texture is good, I used to eat eggs like they were going out of tastes very familiar."

Cehn added: "It looks exactly like eggs. That is crazy - and the color - the color is spot on. I'm so in awe of this."

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