Beyond Meat

Beyond Meat is planting The Future of Protein. Beyond Meat is available in Whole Foods, Target, Safeway, Publix and 7,500 stores nationwide and sold through various food service distributors.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
El Segundo, US
Founded
2009
Size (employees)
91 (est)+2%
Beyond Meat was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in El Segundo, US

Key People at Beyond Meat

Fred Storck

Fred Storck

Vice President of Sales at Beyond Meat

Beyond Meat Office Locations

Beyond Meat has offices in El Segundo and Mansfield
El Segundo, US (HQ)
Manhattan Beach

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Beyond Meat News and Updates

Food exec John Foraker, long the CEO of Annie’s, has a new, “stealth” organic food startup

 John Foraker, who led the well-known organic food brand Annie’s for 17 years, is working on a new organic food startup in Berkeley, according to both his LinkedIn account and a recent report in the Star Tribune of Minnesota. General Mills bought Annie’s for $820 million in 2014. Foraker was suppose…

Billionaires and big ag are joining venture investors to fund lab-grown meat

 The future of food is going to get weird. Read More

Can protein startups and their investors take on Big Cow?

 For many of us, our first experience with fake meat involves rubbery tofu that tastes more like sneaker sole than seared filet. As we forage on, next come the veggie burgers, the soy dogs, the meatless meatballs. Eventually, we grow accustomed to these protein-dense foodstuffs. And yet, what if fak…

Impossible Foods just raised $75 million for its plant-based burgers

 Impossible Foods, the six-year-old, Redwood City, Ca.-based company known for its “juicy” meatless burgers, quietly announced $75 million in funding late last week, led by Temasek, with participation from Open Philanthropy, as well as earlier investors Bill Gates, Khosla Ventures and Horizon Ventur…

Obvious Ventures has closed on a funky amount of funding (again) for fund two

 The early-stage venture firm Obvious Ventures has a sense of humor that any math nerd can appreciate. The three-year-old, SF-based firm closed its debut fund with $123,456,789. Today, the firm is announcing the close of its second fund, and the amount this time is $191,919,191. Read More

Big Food Bets Small: Leading Food Corporates Amp Up Startup Bets

On April 20, Unilever announced it would acquire condiments startup Sir Kensington’s, adding the brand’s vegan mayonnaise and other products to Unilever’s product lineup. The deal highlights a trend toward increased private market activity in food & beverage, as global … Continued
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