Beyond Meat

Beyond Meat

Beyond Meat makes plant-based meat alternatives such as burgers, sausages, chicken strips, and ground beef. Beyond Meat was founded in 2009 by Ethan Brown and is based in Los Angeles, California.

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January 14, 2021

Free Breakfast from Beyond Meat at Brunch Bird on Thursday

January 14, 2021

Beyond Meat Is Giving Away Meatless Breakfast Sandwiches Tomorrow

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January 14, 2021

Beyond Meat Is Giving Away Meatless Breakfast Sandwiches

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January 13, 2021

What's more, the country's biggest meat company, Tyson, launched its Jimmy Dean-brand plant-based patty, included with store-bought Jimmy Dean croissant sandwiches last week, joining the competition in the meatless breakfast category.
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January 14, 2021

Shares of Yum have risen 7% over the last year, giving it a market value of more than $32 billion.

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Starting on March 11, Taco BellTaco Bell will officially begin serving Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes, Spicy Potato Soft Tacos, and other menu items customized with potatoes.

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In 2018 Beyond Meat and its competitor Impossible FoodsImpossible Foods both won the United NationsChampions of the Earth Award in the category of Science and Innovation.

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In April 2019, ahead of going public, Beyond Meat increased the size of its shares and has plans to offer 9.5 million shares at $23-25. The company applied to list on NasdaqNasdaq under the ticker symbol BYND and is expected to begin trading May 2, 2019. Book-running managers for the offering include Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC, J.P. Morgan and Credit Suisse as lead managers as well as BofA Merrill Lynch and Jefferies and William Blair as co-manager.

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Starting on March 11, Taco Bell will officially begin serving Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes, Spicy Potato Soft Tacos, and other menu items customized with potatoes once again, according to a spokesperson for the chain. The news comes after the fast food chain cryptically teased a major announcement tied to that date in social media posts on Wednesday.

Beyond Meat (NASDAQ: BYND) gained 2.5% in premarket trading after Taco Bell (NYSE: YUM) said exploring a new plant-based protein with Beyond Meat.

Taco Bell new plant-based protein will be texted in the next year, according to a press release.

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Taco Bell is also partnering with vegan brand Beyond Meat to develop its first plant-based meat option for its United States menu, which it plans to test launch in the next year. While the chain previously eschewed the idea of adding plant-based meat to its menu, choosing instead to focus on its beans as a protein option, new CEO Mark King announced last February that he had met with representatives from both Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods. Taco Bell chose to go with Beyond Meat, explaining that it is "a category leader with a proven track record of attracting younger customers with its irresistibly delicious plant-based offerings."

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Starting on March 11, Taco Bell will officially begin serving Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes, Spicy Potato Soft Tacos, and other menu items customized with potatoes.

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Taco Bell announced Thursday that it has partnered with Beyond Meat Inc. BYND to create a plant-based protein that will begin testing in the next year.

Taco Bell is partnering with Beyond Meat to develop its first plant-based meat option for its United States menu, which it plans to test launch in 2021.

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Beyond Meat shares jumped 7% in early Thursday trading after the Taco Bell announcement.

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Starting on March 11, Taco Bell will officially begin serving Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes, Spicy Potato Soft Tacos, and other menu items customized with potatoes once again, according to a spokesperson for the chain. The news comes after the fast food chain cryptically teased a major announcement tied to that date in social media posts on Wednesday.

Beyond Meat (NASDAQ: BYND) gained 2.5% in premarket trading after Taco Bell (NYSE: YUM) said exploring a new plant-based protein with Beyond Meat.

Taco Bell new plant-based protein will be texted in the next year, according to a press release.

Taco Bell is also partnering with vegan brand Beyond Meat to develop its first plant-based meat option for its United States menu, which it plans to test launch in the next year. While the chain previously eschewed the idea of adding plant-based meat to its menu, choosing instead to focus on its beans as a protein option, new CEO Mark King announced last February that he had met with representatives from both Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods. Taco Bell chose to go with Beyond Meat, explaining that it is "a category leader with a proven track record of attracting younger customers with its irresistibly delicious plant-based offerings."

Taco Bell announced Thursday that it has partnered with Beyond Meat Inc. BYND to create a plant-based protein that will begin testing in the next year.

Beyond Meat shares jumped 7% in early Thursday trading after the Taco Bell announcement.

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In a major reversal, the company announced Thursday it will permanently reinstate potato-filled menu items in March.

January 14, 2021

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January 14, 2021

Shares of Yum have risen 7% over the last year, giving it a market value of more than $32 billion.

January 13, 2021

The news comes after the fast food chain cryptically teased a major announcement tied to that date in social media posts on Wednesday.

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fellow Yum Brands Inc. YUM chain KFC and McDonald's Corp. MCD, which is expected to launch the McPlant in 2021.
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Beyond Meat Is Giving Away Meatless Breakfast Sandwiches Tomorrow

Find out why VegNews is the world's #1 plant-based magazine by subscribing today!

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Free Breakfast from Beyond Meat at Brunch Bird on Thursday

January 13, 2021

What's more, the country's biggest meat company, Tyson, launched its Jimmy Dean-brand plant-based patty, included with store-bought Jimmy Dean croissant sandwiches last week, joining the competition in the meatless breakfast category.

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November 16, 2020

Beyond Meat launches new burgers that are juicier and lower in saturated fat.

November 16, 2020

Beyond Meat launches new burgers that are juicier and lower in saturated fat.

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November 16, 2020

Beyond Meat launches new burgers that are juicier and lower in saturated fat.

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Beyond Meat launches two new versions of its Beyond Burgers.

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Beyond Meat startedstarts trading on the Nasdaq
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Taking dead aim at the world's largest pork market, Beyond Meat ( BYND +2.2%) launched plant-based minced pork in China as the company makes a stronger push in Asia as promised.

The timing is key with China increasing its focus on food security after COVID-19 disrupted supply of meat from international companies.

Beyond Meat disclosed earlier this year that it would begin retail sales of its plant-based products in Mainland China in partnership with Alibaba's Freshippo markets.

China, the world's top pork consumer, is increasing its focus on food security as the coronavirus outbreak has impacted the supply of meat from international companies.

Beyond Meat, whose shares have surged over 60% since their market debut a year ago, has emerged as a top supplier to fast-food chains rushing to get vegetarian products on their menus.

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November 17, 2020

Beyond Meat Inc BYND.O on Tuesday launched plant-based minced pork in China, as the faux meat maker seeks to tap into the growing demand for its products in the lucrative Asian market.

November 17, 2020

Beyond Meat launches plant-based minced pork in China.
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Taking dead aim at the world's largest pork market, Beyond Meat ( BYND +2.2%) launched plant-based minced pork in China as the company makes a stronger push in Asia as promised.

The timing is key with China increasing its focus on food security after COVID-19 disrupted supply of meat from international companies.

Beyond Meat disclosed earlier this year that it would begin retail sales of its plant-based products in Mainland China in partnership with Alibaba's Freshippo markets.

China, the world's top pork consumer, is increasing its focus on food security as the coronavirus outbreak has impacted the supply of meat from international companies.

Beyond Meat, whose shares have surged over 60% since their market debut a year ago, has emerged as a top supplier to fast-food chains rushing to get vegetarian products on their menus.

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November 17, 2020

Beyond Meat Inc BYND.O on Tuesday launched plant-based minced pork in China, as the faux meat maker seeks to tap into the growing demand for its products in the lucrative Asian market.
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Beyond Meat

Beyond Meat makes plant-based meat alternatives such as burgers, sausages, chicken strips, and ground beef. Beyond Meat was founded in 2009 by Ethan Brown and is based in Los Angeles, California.

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Beyond Meat Is Bound to Be the Next $40 Billion Food Company

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Beyond Meat Is Bound to Be the Next $40 Billion Food Company

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