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Impossible Foods Founder Says Cell-Based Is ‘Never Going To Be A Thing’, JUST CEO Counters With ‘North Of 15 Years’ Timeline

3 Mins Read At the recent Smart Kitchen Summit (SKS) held virtually this year and hosted by food tech news The Spoon, the founders of two of the world’s most recognisable alternative protein startups didn’t hold back in a showcase of their difference of opinions when it came to the future of cell-based meat. While Impossible Foods founder […]

Impossible Foods Raises US$ 200M Series G To Accelerate Scale-Up

3 Mins Read Adding to its impressive funding war chest, Impossible Foods, the Redwood City, California-based foodtech startup and maker of the now world famous plant-based Impossible burger patty, has announced today that it has secured another US$200 million investment from NYC-based hedge fund Coatue Management LLC. The sizeable injection brings Impossible’s total funds raised to almost US$ […]

Walmart: Impossible Foods Launches Nationwide At Largest U.S. Retailer

3 Mins Read On the heels of multiple milestone launches in the U.S., Impossible Foods is now rolling out its products at the country’s largest retailer Walmart. The move will expand the number of locations selling the Silicon Valley food tech’s plant-based analogues from just 150 at the beginning of this year to a whopping 8,000 across all […]

Singapore: New Impossible Dishes Launched At Starbucks, MOS Burger & BreadTalk

3 Mins Read A line of new foodservice partnerships with Impossible Foods will see multiple dishes made with the famous “bleeding” plant-based meat rolled out across Singapore. From coffee giant Starbucks to fast food chain MOS Burger and bakery shop BreadTalk, residents of the Lion’s City can now enjoy new plant-based Impossible meat creations across nearly 200 in-store […]

US Plant-Based FoodTech Giants Impossible & Beyond Look To Conquer China

5 Mins Read It’s the perfect storm of market factors for a China protein revolution- a pork shortage crisis spurred on by the African Swine Fever epidemic, a trade war that has driven up meat prices, a younger generation motivated by environmental and health incentives and a growing demand for quality protein- and Silicon Valley #foodtech mainstays Impossible […]