Kite Hill, Co-Founded by the Creator of Impossible Foods, Looks to be Gaining Traction, Too

September 10, 2019 Connie Loizos, Tech Crunch

Before he founded the plant-based burger company Impossible Foods, Patrick Brown, who spent 25 years as a biochemistry professor at Stanford, also co-founded a Hayward, Ca.-based food company called Kite Hill that has developed numerous nut milk and cheese products that it says are healthier and more sustainable than their dairy counterparts.

Impossible Foods Hires Ravi Thakkar as Vice President of Product Management

August 23, 2019 Impossible Foods

Thakkar will build and lead a team of product managers at Impossible Foods. The Redwood City, Calif-based food tech startup currently sells the award-winning Impossible Burger, and its scientists are working on a full range of delicious, nutritious, plant-based meat and dairy foods.

Impossible Foods Launches Co-manufacturing Collaboration With OSI

August 2, 2019 Impossible Foods

Impossible Foods launched a co-manufacturing collaboration today with global food provider OSI Group, one of the largest food producers in the world.

Impossible Foods Plans to Launch in Grocery Stores in September After Getting FDA Approval

August 1, 2019 Amelia Lucas, CNBC

The regulator said it has cleared Impossible’s use of soy leghemoglobin — or heme — as a color additive, clearing the way for the maker of imitation meat to start selling its products in grocery stores.

Impossible Foods Releases Research on Plant Based Food Consumption Amongst Millennials and Gen Z

June 28, 2019 Impossible Foods

Impossible Foods, maker of the famously delicious ImpossibleTM Burger, today released findings from a white paper exploring generational differences in attitudes towards plant-based foods. This release is the first in a series of insights reports to come.