The ‘Oracle of Omaha’ does not make such statements lightly, but this one company has been among Warren Buffett’s top performers for years
Investors funnel more than $20 million into companies focused on fighting global warming. The urgency of climate risk has been emphasized by the younger generation, who have been protesting across the world for a sustainable future. In the market, this is clearly evidenced in the rise of eco-friendly companies such as Beyond Meat (NASDAQ: BYND) Read More…
The rising meat-alternative revolution and its poster child, ‘Beyond Meat’, has come under attack from one of corporate America’s biggest PR names
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Beyond Meat, the alternative-meat pioneer has been rocked this morning after its products were pulled from all Tim Hortons locations.
Plant-based meat maker Beyond Meat saw its stock rise once more thanks to a new deal, while coronavirus fears continue to wreak havoc on the market.
Big agricultural companies take a slice of the faux meat industry that could be worth up to $140 billion over the next decade
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As more and more businesses join the ‘meatless revolution’, Beyond Meat is on pace for its best month ever and now looks to make Starbucks its next big client.
Beyond Meat plans to expand into China this year, joining the China Plant Based Foods Alliance to take advantage of the world’s largest market