On Tuesday, Starbucks announced that it will include plant-based food and beverages to menus around Asia starting from September, adding products from Impossible Foods, Oatly and Beyond Meat Inc, as it aims for more environment-conscious diners.

The Seattle-based coffee chain stated that it was introducing products in markets such as Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand, Taiwan and Thailand that suit local preferences and tastes.

Producing plant-based food and beverages is less challenging on the environment in comparison to items that rely on animal agriculture, which usually requires way more land and water.

Starbucks revealed its new food items will include the Spiced Impossible Puff and Maize Impossible Sandwich in Hong Kong, and Beyond Meat Bolognese Penne in Taiwan