Impossible Foods, Inc.
|Pat Brown Founder, CEO|
|Dennis Woodside President|
|Rachel Konrad Chief Communications Officer|
|David Lee CFO|
|Dana Wagner Chief Legal Officer|
|Brian Miller Chief People Officer|
|Sheetal Shah SVP, Product and Operations|
David Lee, CFO of Impossible Foods, discusses the boom in the alternative meat sector.
Starbucks launches Impossible Foods Breakfast Sandwich at most of its U.S. locations on Tuesday. It is made with plant-based sausage, egg and cheddar cheese. The company says demand for plant-based meat alternatives is growing amid Covid-19.
Impossible Foods is slashing prices on existing products sold to restaurants and foodservice outlets by about 15% on average.
Disney announced it has partnered with Impossible Foods to make the Impossible Burger the "preferred plant-based burger" of Disneyland, Disney World and the Disney Cruise Line.
Health Canada sent a letter to Impossible Foods (IMPF) confirming that it has no objections to the company's application to sell meatless patties in Canada.
The plant-based protein maker — which has descended upon CES as a premier player in “food tech” — unveiled a new product to kick off this week: Impossible Pork.
Silicon Valley food tech startup Impossible Foods accepted a major environmental award from the United Nations Tuesday as the company works to boost awareness of food's environmental impact.
Impossible Foods, aiming for a valuation of between $3 billion and $5 billion in the fundraising round, is looking to raise between $300 million and $400 million, the sources said.
Burger King is testing 3 new Impossible burgers at select stores: the Impossible Whopper Jr., the Impossible Burger, and the Impossible Cheeseburger.
Impossible Foods filed an application in the European Union that hints it is looking to make inroads in that market.
After plant-based beef, poultry, and pork, it seems the next logical step for alternative “meat” producers is fishless fish. Joining the slew of food companies developing plant-based or lab-grown alternatives to commercially fished seafood is Impossible Foods, the maker of “bleeding” plant-based burgers like those now found in Burger King locations across the nation, the New York Times reports.