Impossible Foods develops a new generation of meats and cheeses made entirely from plants. The Company selects specific proteins and nutrients from greens, seeds and grains to recreate the experience of meats and dairy products. Impossible Foods' mission is to give people the enjoyment of food that comes from animals without the health and environmental drawbacks. 

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HQRedwood City, US
Size (employees)304 (est)+3%
Impossible Foods was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Redwood City, US
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Key People/Management at Impossible Foods

Patrick Brown

Patrick Brown

CEO and Founder
Nick Halla

Nick Halla

Business and Corporate Development
Jaci Kassmeier

Jaci Kassmeier

Director of HR
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Impossible Foods Office Locations

Impossible Foods has offices in Redwood City, Austin, Queens, Houston and in 12 other locations
Redwood City, (HQ)
525 Chesapeake Dr.
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Impossible Foods Financials and Metrics

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Impossible Foods total Funding

$387.5 m

Impossible Foods latest funding size

$114 m

Time since last funding

8 months ago

Impossible Foods investors

Impossible Foods's latest funding round in April 2018 was reported to be $114 m. In total, Impossible Foods has raised $387.5 m
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Impossible Foods Online and Social Media Presence

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Impossible Foods News and Updates

Inside the lab where Impossible Foods makes its plant-based “blood”

The company’s faux-beef will soon be available in stores–and it’s still working to get even closer to a plant-based product that can fool meat eaters into thinking they’re eating a real burger. Inside an office at Impossible Foods’ Silicon Valley R&D center, a researcher holds up what looks like…

Impossible Foods Plans To Replace Meat By 2035

Impossible Foods is becoming ever more accessible, now available in 5,000 restaurants and coming to grocery stores in 2019.

Wu-Tang Clan go to space for Impossible Foods and White Castle

Space. The final frontier for hip-hop and burger joint collaboration. On September 7, legendary music producer RZA posted a mysterious video to his Instagram feed that suggested the founding member of Wu-Tang Clan had uploaded his consciousness to some sort of B-movie computer in order to take life …

Impossible Foods is going to every White Castle

Five months after launching a pilot program with the iconic White Castle fast food chain, Impossible Foods is taking its meatless burger substitute to every one of the company’s restaurants. Impossible Foods goes to White Castle With the rollout, White Castle becomes the largest fast food chain to i…

Impossible Foods is making 500,000 pounds of fake meat a month

It’s already available in around 3,000 restaurants, and the company’s first-ever impact report details how it plans to double production of its plant-based meat out of its Oakland facility. Animal agriculture, particularly cattle, accounts for one-seventh of total emissions, and around a quarter of …

Impossible Foods goes to White Castle

Impossible Foods is taking another bite out of the meat supply chain, with the announcement that it’s meatless burger substitute is coming to America’s first fast food burger chain — White Castle. That’s right, now stoned vegan hippies can join stoned slackers in their quest for cheap, delicious bur…
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Impossible Foods Blogs

Setting the record straight: How PETA extremists are undermining their own mission

We know that many members of the activist nonprofit People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals sincerely believe in promoting compassion and minimizing harm to all beings. But last August, a few PETA activists launched a misguided attack against Impossible Foods. They mobilized trolls in an attempt…

Setting the record straight: How this snarky op-ed distorts the truth

Impossible Foods is a disruptive company with an urgent mission to make meat better. Mainstream and social media play a critical role in highlighting ways to make the global food system sustainable. But they occasionally get it wrong. That’s when we set the record straight — for instance, on a misle…

The First Kosher Cheeseburger You Say?

Featuring IF Chief Science Officer David Lipman on Impossible Going KosherImpossible Foods recently announced that the Impossible Burger is now certified kosher by the Orthodox Union (OU).We celebrated this milestone with a festive, kosher-inspired lunch at Chef Tal Ronnen’s renowned restaurant, Cro…

Impossible Foods Company Life and Culture

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Impossible Foods Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Impossible Foods founded?

    Impossible Foods was founded in 2011.

  • Who are Impossible Foods key executives?

    Impossible Foods's key executives are Patrick Brown, Nick Halla and Jaci Kassmeier.

  • How many employees does Impossible Foods have?

    Impossible Foods has 304 employees.

  • Who are Impossible Foods competitors?

    Competitors of Impossible Foods include Lactalis Group, Flour Mills Kepenos and IntelliFarms.

  • Where is Impossible Foods headquarters?

    Impossible Foods headquarters is located at 525 Chesapeake Dr. , Redwood City.

  • Where are Impossible Foods offices?

    Impossible Foods has offices in Redwood City, Austin, Queens, Houston and in 12 other locations.

  • How many offices does Impossible Foods have?

    Impossible Foods has 16 offices.