Impossible Foods

Some of the Ticker Tape Members are investing in Impossible Foods before its IPO. We’ve already completed our first investment. Now, we’ve created a second fund — TTI Impossible Holdings, LLC — to buy additional shares. Investors in the first fund get priority, but new investors are welcome to join with a minimum investment of $10,000.

Impossible Foods is growing like wildfire. They have doubled their grocery store sales every month since April. That means they doubled in May. Then they doubled in June. Then they doubled again in July. Insane. The company set a goal of increasing its grocery store footprint by 50x in 2020. Last week, they announced they’ve already increased it by 60x so far this year — with three months to go!

Impossible Foods is in Burger King, White Castle, Del Frisco’s, Giordano’s, Hard Rock Cafe, Hopdaddy, Qdoba, Little Caesar’s, Red Robin, Studio Movie Grill, Cheesecake Factory, Top Golf, Wahlburgers, Starbucks, Albertson’s, Safeway, Kroger, Wegmans… and now Wal Mart

Here are some links to articles about the company…

The Impossible Burger is the company’s leading product. It’s sold in Burger King’s nationwide.

What we get excited about is the global expansion opportunities. Impossible is making a big push in Canada. Beyond Meat is now expanding in China. Impossible will be right behind them. Muslims of the world have never had breakfast sausage. Now they can. A billion people in India and surrounding countries have never had a cheeseburger. Now they can. Vegetarians have never had a good substitute for chili, meatballs, sausage, burgers, or tacos. Now they do.

Try the Impossible Whopper. You can’t tell the difference from beef.
Their products are in grocery stores nationwide. They recently added Trader Joe’s, and expect to grow their retail sales outlets by 50x in 2020.
Their Impossible Sausage product is available in tons of restaurants, including Burger King and Starbucks, but is also available in fine-dining restaurants like Truluck’s.