The hottest trend among investors and consumers right now is plant-based meat.
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The company has now raised more than $ 750 million since 2011.
Impossible Foods CFO David Lee joined Yahoo Finance's daily live show Final Round on Wednesday to discuss the company's latest fundraiser and future future business. And Lee said that, in his opinion, at least part of the latest excitement around plant-based meat, consumers are "catching up on the future."
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"In Asia, Hong Kong and Singapore and Macau, the business has increased somewhat as 3 times since March. And much of this is the offer we have gone on. the arcade with this Impossible Burger 2.0 … But some of it may be that the rest of the world comes to the future. "