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Thread started 06/28/19 9:20am

onlyforaminute

Who wishes they invested in Impossible Burger?

Me. Whodda thunk it would have exploded like it did. There's a surplus shortage now it's so much in demand. Carl's Jr is the only place easily accessible to me that serves them. I only know one Habitat Burger place Im not normally in that area casually.
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Reply #1 posted 06/28/19 11:33am

EmmaMcG

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What is it?
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Reply #2 posted 06/28/19 12:50pm

jfenster

r they so hard to manufacture that they cant keep up with demands????

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Reply #3 posted 06/28/19 1:08pm

onlyforaminute

EmmaMcG said:

What is it?

There are 2 main ones in the news, Beyond Meat and Impossible Burger.

Shares of plant-based meat company Beyond Meat Inc. BYND-1.37% have soared since its trading debut in March, up 104.5% in the past month. Beyond Burgers, Impossible Burgers (owned by Impossible Foods) and plant-based meat alternatives from a host of other companies are gaining favor as diners look for options that are better for their health and the environment.

Even traditional meat companies like Tyson Foods Inc. TSN+1.33% are going meat-free.
[Edited 6/28/19 13:10pm]
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Reply #4 posted 06/28/19 1:14pm

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jfenster said:

r they so hard to manufacture that they cant keep up with demands????




Yep.

The number of orders for Impossible Burgers just keeps rising, and the company, founded in 2011, is struggling to keep up.
We're going to go after the vast majority of people who are still buying meat as our customers."

PAT BROWN, IMPOSSIBLE FOODS CEO

Some of the office workers have been voluntarily reassigned to Impossible's factory in Oakland, where they work 12-hour shifts in what is essentially a warehouse-sized refrigerator. The temperature is 38 degrees, and the tasks include packing boxes and operating machinery. They've given up weekends, toiling from 3 PM to 3 AM or vice versa.
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Reply #5 posted 06/28/19 2:58pm

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onlyforaminute said:

EmmaMcG said:

What is it?

There are 2 main ones in the news, Beyond Meat and Impossible Burger.

Shares of plant-based meat company Beyond Meat Inc. BYND-1.37% have soared since its trading debut in March, up 104.5% in the past month. Beyond Burgers, Impossible Burgers (owned by Impossible Foods) and plant-based meat alternatives from a host of other companies are gaining favor as diners look for options that are better for their health and the environment.

Even traditional meat companies like Tyson Foods Inc. TSN+1.33% are going meat-free.
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So they're veggie burgers, then. No thanks.
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Reply #6 posted 06/29/19 12:44am

Hudson

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My local Carl's Jr closed and was replaced with a Burger King. Major Downgrade!

I don't want to get eaten alive
'cause you're so dangerous
No more hearts I can trust, you see
I don't want to get eaten alive
To be eaten alive
Eaten alive
I don't ever want to be
Eaten alive
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Reply #7 posted 06/30/19 10:21am

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Watch when we find out they poison people long term. lol

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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