Impossible Foods highlights their impact and journey to 2035

In California, Impossible Foods published their 2018 impact report highlighting their progress toward its founding goal of eliminating the need for animals as a food production technology by 2035. The company announced they are hiring a second shift of employees to double production at its first large-scale factory, in Oakland, California, and their flagship product, the Impossible Burger, is now served at more than 3,000 restaurants in the United States, Hong Kong and Macau — up from 40 restaurants one year ago. The company has raised more than $450 million in funding since the company was founded.

Impossible Foods makes meat directly from plants — with a much smaller environmental footprint than meat from animals. The company uses modern science and technology to create wholesome and nutritious food, restore natural ecosystems and feed a growing population sustainably.

CEO and Founder Dr. Patrick Brown said Impossible Foods is on track to eliminate the need for animals as a food production technology by 2035. The 2018 sustainability report, “Mission: Earth,” candidly charts Impossible Foods’ progress — including its biggest challenges — in the pursuit of its 2035 vision.

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