Impossible Foods 

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Impossible Foods - new Investment Opportunity

Earlier this year, Syndex presented an opportunity to invest in Impossible Foods. The offer was taken up by a number of investors and as a result of some unfulfilled demand for shares, the advisors have been working to secure another small parcel to be made available to Syndex subscribers and their other clients.

We are seeking Expressions of Interest from eligible investors to invest in this second round opportunity.

Founded in 2011, and headquartered in Redwood City, California, Impossible Foods uses haem from the roots of soy plants to mimic the texture and colour of ground beef. As a plant based product, the Impossible Burger contains a broad range of vitamins and minerals, comparing favourably with beef. 

Confirming the increased awareness and popularity of the Impossible Burger, the company recently secured a deal with fast food giant Burger King to supply a meatless burger (the “Impossible Whopper”) with a planned roll out to all 7,300 U.S. locations by the end of the year. A news article is attached which confirms the success of the Impossible Burger in driving traffic to Burger King restaurants.

Impossible Foods is also already a supplier to 7,000 restaurants including Red Robin and White Castle, theme parks, college campuses and major airlines such as Air New Zealand. The company also makes a plant-based sausage product that started being tested on pizzas sold by Little Caesars restaurants in May 2019.

Click here to watch a video on trying Burger King's Impossible Whopper Burger

Over recent years, the company has secured multiple rounds of capital from venture firms and celebrities, including Bill Gates, Peter Thiel’s Founders Fund and Khosla Ventures, Jay-Z, Katy Perry, Serena Williams, Google Ventures, Horizons Ventures, UBS and Viking Global Investors.

Click on the Documents Tab to view a series of recent news articles on the company.

The size of the Offering is expected to be USD4,000,000. Subject to final availability and negotiations, the shares will be priced at USD32, a similar level to the September 2019 issue. This offer is open only to investors that are “accredited investors” (as defined in Rule 501(a) of Regulation D promulgated under the Securities Act of 1933.

Shares subject to availability. Pricing may vary subject to market conditions.


Click on the tab to register interest you will be contacted by an advisor to the company and be provided access to the Impossible Foods Private Placement and the Athena Fee Agreements.

Issue Type:
Early Stage Capital
isEOI: true

Investment Details

Investment Type: Wholesale

Wholesale Investment Type: NZ Wholesale MIS

Transaction Size:USD 4,000,000.00

Committed Capital: 

Pre-money valuation: 

Minimum Capital Raise: 

Share Price:USD 32.00

Unit Price:USD 0.00

Minimum Investment Size:USD 50,000.00

Document Name Description Date Uploaded
Article by Saheli Roy Choudhury for CNBC Impossible Foods sees ‘huge opportunity’ in meat-loving China 7 November 2019 Preview/Download
Article by Thomas Franck for CNBC The Impossible Whopper is driving steady traffic to Burger King, data shows 3 November 2019 Preview/Download
Article by Mike Pomranz for Food & Wine Are Millennials Raising an Army of Plant-Based Meat Eating Children? 10 July 2019 Preview/Download
Article by Amanda Capritto for CNET The Impossible Burger shortage: Why it's hard to find this meat-free burger 10 July 2019 Preview/Download
Article from Business Wire Kids in the Kitchen: Impossible Foods Releases Research on Plant Based Food Consumption Amongst Millennials and Gen Z 10 July 2019 Preview/Download
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