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Impossible Foods
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Emcee:  zax Type:  Moderated
Impossible Foods, the US plant-based meat company, is looking to raise fresh funding to increase its production capacity, after striking a distribution deal with fast-food chain Burger King. BK began trial marketing the product this week in St. Louis, MO, and word on the street has it that all inventories sold out within the first two days on the market.

The company has filed a Form D financing notice with the SEC for an undisclosed sum. Existing investor Temasek, which is backed by the Singapore government, is considering investing $75m in the round, according to people familiar with the situation. Investors hope the company would achieve a valuation of more than $1 billion through the fundraising.

In January of this year, Impossible Foods launched a new version of their signature burger, the Impossible Burger 2.0 at CES in Las Vegas.

CEO Pat Brown says they are working on "whole cuts of beef", including steak. "If we can make an awesomely delicious world-class steak . . . that will be very disruptive not just to the beef industry, but to other sectors of the meat industry."

No IPO has yet been announced. We'll associate the new BYND ticker with this board, for now, as no small hint to Pat Brown: If your also-ran competitor can do this outrageously well on the public market, why not make a go of it yourself? People are dying to give you their money and help you save the world. Think about all the talent you could acquire in your quest to save the planet when you can PRINT YOUR OWN MONEY.

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55Taste will be a work-in-process. Look how long it took artificial sweeteners andGlenn Petersen1last Friday
54Not sure that I buy into the conclusion of this study, but here it is, nonethelezax-last Friday
53You are right, vegans are a satanic cult [tweet]Alex MG1last Thursday
52Tonight I tried No Evil brand Italian Sausage, which my wife picked up for me atzax-last Wednesday
51I've (for now) associated the BYND (Beyond Meat, Inc. 142.30 +12.90%) tickerzax3last Wednesday
50BYND nice pullback here on a downgrade. Meanwhile: Beyond Meat Announces 'Ron-last Tuesday
49zax put up the Impossible Foods board prior to the Beyond Meat IPO. Perhaps he sGlenn Petersen3June 9
48No one put up a board for that stock?SI Ron (Soup Nazi)-June 8
47Up 39% on Friday to $139.65. What a monster. Beyond Meat says one overseas markGlenn Petersen-June 8
46Wall Street's newest darling, Beyond Meat, climbed higher after releasing itRon1June 6
45Beyond Meat -BYND- First earnings report since the IPO is this Thursday: investRon1June 4
44White meat is just as bad for you as red beef when it comes to your cholesterol zax1June 4
43Nestle will introduce a pea-based burger in the US later this year ThRon-June 3
42One thing might keep the Impossible Burger from saving the planet: Steak washinzax1May 28
41Ingredient and taste comparison: Beyond Burger and Impossible Burger cnet.comRon1May 26
40I tried Engine 2's "Italian Fennel Plant Burger" tonight, from Whozax-May 26
39I tried Quorn meatless grounds from Whole Foods tonight. It was awful. [graphizax-May 24
38'Moving Mountains' vegan hot dogs are popular in Britain and are on theiRon1May 24
37Cultural Tree Huggers Push Impossible Foods To $2 Billion Valuation zax1May 24
36Impossible Foods’ rising empire of almost-meat How a burger maker became a zax1May 23
35Here come 'Impossible Sausage Pizzas' at Little Caesar's cnet.comRon1May 21
34I was going to buy them at whole foods, but when i saw them (they looked frozen Labrador-May 20
33Thanks for sharing. I'll wait for Improved products. Julius Wong-May 19
32I tried Beyond sausage tonight. My wife bought me some at Whole Foods. It was zax-May 19
31I'm sure those folks are out there. But then, what percentage of the populatRon-May 19
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