Monde Nissin Corp Set for Philippines’ First Billion Dollar IPO as Part of Plant-Based Expansion 

One of the biggest companies in the Philippines, Monde Nissin Corp – which acquired plant-based meat brand Quorn in 2015 for £550 million – is aiming to list its shares as the company hopes to attract investors to its expanding overseas plant-based business. The IPO would be the largest by a Philippine company and is reportedly set to raise up to $1.5billion.


MeaTech Announces $25 Million US Initial Public Offering & Approval For Nasdaq Listing

MeaTech 3D Ltd., now operating as MeaTech, a technology company focused on developing and out-licensing its proprietary 3D printing technology to manufacture proteins without the need for animal slaughter, today announced the pricing of its previously announced initial public offering of 2,427,185 American Depositary Shares (“ADSs”), each ADS representing 10 of its ordinary shares, at an initial public offering price of $10.30 per ADS, for gross proceeds of approximately $25.0 million.


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Canada’s Nabati Foods Raises $7.7 M, Plans to Go Public

Nabati Foods Global Inc, a family-founded food tech company offering whole, natural, plant-based, gluten, and soy-free foods, today announces a capital raise of $7.7 million following a year of “explosive growth” and a restructuring to Nabati Foods Global Inc. with a new corporate headquarters in Vancouver. The company also states its plans to become a publicly listed company in the near future. 



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Japan: Alternative Meat Startup Next Meats Holdings Gets Listed on the American OTC Market

Japanese alternative meat company Next Meats Holdings, became listed on the American OTC Market on January 26th as NEXT MEATS HOLDINGS, INC (NXMH) after acquiring an American SPAC, paving its path into the American stock market. The rapidly growing company thus enters the US stock market with plans for worldwide expansion and NASDAQ listing in the future.




Chobani Considers IPO of $7-10 Billion For a Plant-Based Future 

After moving into plant-based products over recent years, US yogurt producer Chobani LLC, is considering an IPO later this year, with plans to be at the forefront of the rapidly growing dairy alternative market. The move mirrors others from major dairy product players with an eye on the expanding plant-based market.  Having previously launched oat-based drinks and blends, Chobani, the company said to have made Greek yogurt mainstream, last year released dairy-free yogurts and vegan probiotic drinks. Speaking at the time, Peter McGuinness, President of Chobani stated: “Natural nutrition is a driving focus of our future.” The New York-based producer is said to be seeking an offering that could set its value between $7 billion to $10 billion, and is currently working with experts to …


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Else Nutrition Announces an Increase to its Bought Deal Public Offering, Secures Distribution Deal with KeHE to Access Retail across North America

Else Nutrition Holdings, the Tel Aviv based company which began trading on the Toronto stock exchange last June, is on its way to disrupt dairy nutrition for infants. Else describes itself as the first viable choice other than dairy and soy in over 120 years, with products made of whole plant ingredients, ready to disrupt a $70 billion market.