Impossible Foods

Impossible Foods
Last activity: 20.05.2024
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The Impossible Foods Facebook page is a fun, light-hearted community where people can share their passion for the brand, our mission, and meat made from plants! We’re excited for you to engage with us and others in our community while sharing your love for all things Impossible.

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Website visits
212.4K /mo.
Location: United States, California, Redwood City
Employees: 501-1000
Total raised: $1.8B
Valuation: $10B
Founded date: 2011

Investors 27

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Funding Rounds 8

19.08.2020Series G$200M-
17.03.2020Series F$500M-
19.05.2019Series E$300M-
06.10.2015Series D$108M-

Mentions in press and media 439

20.05.2024Meatless Monday does IMSfigcaption>span]:font-sans"> According to my smartwatch, I walked approximately 20,000 steps around Indianapolis Motor Speedway to scope out all the best meat-free food options so you can save your cooler space for more important...
19.05.2024Commentary | Opinion: S. Marek Muller and David Rooney: Plant-based meat alternatives are trying to exit the culture wars – an impossible task?By S. Marek Muller and David Rooney Increasingly, vegans, vegetarians and others looking for meat alternatives are seeing a new option on the menu: patties that look, taste and even appear to bleed like beef hamburgers, but are actually mad...
18.05.2024Can Plant-Based Meat Escape the Culture Wars?6 Mins Read By S Marek Muller, assistant professor of communication studies, Texas State University; and David Rooney, doctoral candidate, University of Texas at Austin Increasingly, vegans, vegetarians and others looking for meat alternati...
17.05.2024Analysing Impossible Foods CEO’s Bloomberg Interview, and What It Implies for Plant-Based Meat10 Mins Read Impossible Foods CEO Peter McGuinness sat down with Bloomberg Television to talk about the struggles of plant-based meat, consumer preferences, and a potential IPO. The plant-based meat category was launched incorrectly, there ...
16.05.2024Climate Conversations Podcast: Oat milk and impossible burgers – just how “green” are alternative foods? Jump to these key moments: 2:17 Greener flights, less durians 8:54 Has interest in lab-grown meat fizzled out? 16:43 Using nudge theory to eat less meat Food has an outsized impact on greenhouse gas emissions. In this episode of Climate Co...
16.05.2024Empowering Women in Veganism: Inside the Vegan Women Summit 2024The Vegan Women Summit 2024 took place at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, California, on May 9 and 10, drawing nearly 1,000 attendees from six continents. With over 100 speakers and brands, the summit celebrated the contributio...
10.05.2024Beyond Meat CEO sees 2024 as a ‘pivotal year’ despite grim Q1 resultsListen to the article 4 min This audio is auto-generated. Please let us know if you have feedback. Dive Brief: The plant-based pioneer reported an 18% decline in revenue from the same period last year. Demand in the U.S. for its burgers, st...
10.05.2024The Me(a)t Gala: Vegan Brands Shine at Fashion’s Biggest Night4 Mins Read This year’s Met Gala featured vegan products from Impossible Foods, Neat, Stockeld Dreamery and Tindle Foods, showcasing plant-based indulgence to the world’s most influential celebrities. The Garden of Time was this year’s them...
09.05.2024Met Gala 2024 Showcases Plant-Based Dishes Featuring Impossible Foods, Neat, and Stockeld DreameryThe 2024 Met Gala, held on Monday in New York City at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, continued its tradition of blending high fashion with high cuisine under the theme “Sleeping Beauty: Reawakening Fashion.” This year, the event’s menu was...
09.05.2024Experts question debt-laden Beyond Meat’s future in wake of grim Q1 figuresBeyond Meat has posted another lackluster set of quarterly results, blaming weak demand in US and international markets as it unveiled a net loss of $54.4 million on revenues down 18% to $75.6 million in Q1 2024. However, gross margins move...
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