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Looks like meat, tastes like meat but it’s jackfruit

PETALING JAYA: If there’s any truth to be said about the Malaysian diet, it’s that meat is central in the heart and gullets of the average Malaysian.

In fact, Malaysia is the second largest consumer of meat in Southeast Asia, topped only by Singapore.

If consumed in moderation, meat can be part of a healthy diet. But if consumed in excessive amounts, as is often the case, it can have the opposite effect on one’s health.

And that’s the issue that local entrepreneur, Ahmad Syafik Jafaar, 39, hopes to tackle with his newly introduced plant-based meat substitute, simply called Nanka.

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