Impossible Foods Stock

impossiblefoods.comFoodTech / Animal-free proteinFounded: 2011Funding to Date: $1.96B

Impossible Foods makes meat, dairy, and fish from plants. Their mission is to make the global food system sustainable by eliminating the need to make food from animals. In 2016, they launched their first product, Impossible Burger Made From Plants. This company was founded by Monte Casino and Patrick Brown 2011 and is headquartered in Redwood City, CA.

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Management Team

Peter McGuinness
Chief Executive Officer & President
Jason Gao
Chief Legal Officer & Corporate Secretary
John York Ph.D
Chief Science Officer
Leslie Sims
Chief Marketing Officer & Chief Creative Officer

Board Members

Bart Swanson
Horizons Ventures
Samir Kaul
Khosla Ventures

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News Highlights

Impossible Foods Launches Its Leanest, Most Protein-Packed Beef From Plants Yet

Today, California-based Impossible Foods expanded its industry-leading plant-based meat portfolio with a leaner version of its flagship Impossible™ Beef product: Impossible™ Beef Lite. Impossible Beef Lite is designed to be better than lean ground animal beef, featuring 21 grams of protein, no trans fat or cholesterol, and 75% less saturated fat as well as 45% less total fat than 90/10 lean beef from cows.1

Impossible Foods CEO: IPO will happen but 'probably not this year'

Impossible's CEO says the plant-based food and beverage industry is still in its infancy with lots of room to grow. "We're early on in the adoption scale, simplistically, it's a $1.4 trillion market, total plant-based is $7 billion. It's around $2 billion in the U.S. There's just a lot of noise in those numbers and I continue to think we're just getting started," said Peter McGuinness, who took the helm of the company last April.

Impossible Foods clears hurdle in imitation-meat patent lawsuit

Impossible Foods Inc can press ahead with a patent lawsuit accusing rival startup Motif Foodworks Inc of violating its patents on plant-based meat, a federal judge in Delaware ruled Monday.
Updated on: Jul 20, 2024


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