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“Beyond Meat is beefing up its bank account. The El Segundo fake meat manufacturer has raised a $17 million Series E round, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission… Its backers include prominent tech investors such as Menlo Park’s Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates and San Francisco’s Obvious Ventures… The company’s top-selling Beast Burger, and other meat substitutes, are sold in over 7,000 stores, including Whole Foods, Target, Vons and Ralphs. It has also struck deals with sandwich chain Which Wich of Dallas and L.A. pizza chain Fresh Brothers”

Los Angeles Business Journal, 2015

“We are doubling the business annually” Ethan Brown, CEO of Beyond Meat

Ethan Brown, CEO of Beyond Meat

Fortune, 2015

It was a taste of the future of food

“Like most people, I don’t think I can be easily fooled. But that’s just what happened when I was asked to taste a chicken taco and tell whether the meat inside was real or fake…What I was experiencing was more than a clever meat substitute. It was a taste of the future of food”
Bill Gates

Gates Notes, 2013

Former mcdonald’s ceo joins beyond meat’s board of advisors

“Beyond Meat, one of a growing number of startups trying to convince the public to swap burgers and chicken wings for plant-based alternatives, announced some pretty meaty news: Don Thompson, the former CEO of McDonald’s, is joining its board of advisors”

Entrepreneur, 2015

Venture capital firm behind beyond meat invests in big problems needing solutions

“Frankly, we’ve never said we’re interested in food,” said Randy Komisar, a partner at Kleiner Perkins Caulfield Byers, a venture capital firm that has backed Google and Facebook — and Beyond Meat. “What we’re interested in is big problems needing solutions, because they represent big potential markets and strong opportunities for building great returns”

New York Times, 2014

Big Stone

“We want to get into the multi billion dollar meat industry with a plant based meat” -Biz Stone, Twitter Founder

Huffington Post, 2012