Is it true that only 1% of homes in HK have ovens? CitySuper used to sell these delicious pitas that we'd freeze and pull out for weekday meals or to soak up our salad olive oil. They were locally made, and unfortunately no longer available for some odd reason (the less good ones are still available ). The imported Waitrose and Dr. Oetker things are very expensive, poor quality due to handling, or even the frozen bagels... I guess my point was to be more environmentally friendly by producing locally tasty things to appeal to expats that can be sold via supermarkets.*shrug* I'll go on dreaming.
One thing I'd like in HK is a bulk-buy store where you can bring your own containers to refill things and reduce packaging. There's a handful of green stores in HK, but they import everything with lots of packaging.
I was happy to pay for decent bread. The stuff the locals eat is generally tasteless rubbish.