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Beyond Meat, Impossible Foods and Gardein brand updates, Post Holdings spins off its active nutrition business, which includes sports snack brand PowerBar, and more in this week’s Checkout.
KFC’s plant-based chicken sells out, Friends of the Earth fights Impossible Foods and more in this week’s Checkout.
Sprouts, Beyond Meat and more brands report Q2 earnings in this week’s Checkout.
Venture firm PowerPlant Ventures announced yesterday the close of its second fund. At over three times the size of its predecessor, Fund II, which closed at $165 million, will allow the company to further refine its deal structure, co-founder and partner Mark Rampolla told NOSH. He added that the firm “[wants] to change this mindset that capital only cares about return.”
Plant-based brands fight labeling laws, find breakfast partnerships in this week’s Checkout.
The Checkout: Beyond Meat’s Q1 Financials, NACS and FARE Aim to Improve C-Stores for Allergy Sufferers
Beyond Meat’s Q1 financials, NACS and FARE aim to improve c-stores for allergy sufferers and more in this week’s Checkout.
Yesterday plant-based meat brand Beyond Meat faced the heat and emerged sizzling. The popular protein play began trading on the Nasdaq exchange under the symbol BYND and served up the year’s best IPO debut. However, the question remains, what does the company have to do next in order run alongside fellow protein players and move beyond its current market position?
Tyson Ventures, the investment arm of meat producer Tyson Foods, is no longer an investor in Beyond Meat. Tyson told NOSH that it remains committed to offering alternative proteins and plans to launch its own products into the category.
The company initially announced its IPO in November 2018; over the past month it has submitted updated filings that provide more insight into the company’s sales and progress to date, as well as its plans for the future.
Del Taco Restaurants, Inc., the nation’s second leading Mexican quick service restaurant, has announced the nationwide expansion of the company’s Beyond Tacos, offered in partnership with plant-based leader, Beyond Meat.