Beyond Moo Kids Oatgurt

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Products & Launches

Canada’s Beyond Moo Debuts Single-Serve Oatgurt for Kids

Eat & Beyond Global Holdings Inc., an investment issuer focused on alternative protein, announces Canadian portfolio company Beyond Moo is expanding its product line with a single-serve oatgurt beverage for kids.  Made from 100% Canadian oats, the new oatgurt is a dairy-free, gluten-free yogurt drink that is low in sugar and provides healthy probiotics, calcium and vitamins. Available in cherry and vanilla flavors, the kid’s oatgurt comes packaged in a portable on-the-go format. Beyond Moo sells a full range of non-dairy yogurt, kefir, cream cheese-style spreads and butter. All of its products are made without dairy, gluten, nuts, soy, preservatives or artificial flavors.  Drinkable format “The drinkable format means that it’s easy to toss into kids’ lunchboxes or take on the go,” said Yulia Weber, …





Eat Beyond CEO Michael Aucoin: How Foodservice is Pushing the Plant-Based Industry Forward

Consumer interest in plant-based foods is at an all-time high and only shows signs of accelerating. This interest is not solely from vegan consumers, but also from a growing class of flexitarians looking to integrate more plant-based food into their diets, without fully committing to major lifestyle changes. In line with this, we have seen an explosion of plant-based products becoming available at the retail level and, while these were initially confined to the natural/specialty section of stores, they have now begun to take hold in the mainstream aisles as well. While the broad introduction of plant-based options in foodservice establishments has been slower, foodservice provides a unique opportunity to introduce new and innovative products to consumers in what can potentially be a much more …


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Investments & Finance

Eat Beyond Holdings to Acquire Florida Banana Milk Producer Banana Wave

Canadian investment issuer Eat Beyond Global Holdings, Inc. announced it has signed a letter of intent to acquire plant-based milk brand Banana Wave. The transaction would be part of an agreement to purchase all outstanding shares from Mylk Brands, Inc., which owns Banana Wave as a subsidiary.  Originally launched in 2013, Banana Wave was the first banana-based milk to hit the US market. Since then, other brands such as Mooala and Almond Breeze have also launched banana milk products, which – unlike oat, almond or soy milks – all blend whole fruit into the beverages. Earlier this year, Banana Wave was chosen as the “best-tasting alternative milk” in a blind taste test on NBC’s Today Show. Based in Boca Raton, Florida, Banana Wave’s plant-based milks are …


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Investments & Finance

Plant Power Fast Food, the Vegan McDonalds of California, Joins Eat Beyond Porfolio

Canada’s Eat Beyond Global Holdings Inc announced this week an investment in Plant Power Restaurant Group, operating as Plant Power Fast Food. The San Diego based QSR chain has been going from strength to strength over the past two years, enjoying increasing demand for its range of burgers, fries, ‘chicken’ tenders, wraps, salads, juices, raw items, and kids menu, all in biodegradable packaging.



Market & Trends

8 Reasons Why Plant-Based Investment is Thriving in Canada

Over recent months, there has been a spike in plant-based fundraising taking place in the Canadian market. Around 70 percent of young Canadians believe that plantbased meat is here to stay, 77% of Canadian consumers understand the harmful environmental impact of eating red meat, and 74% of Canadians see meat reduction as essential to reduce their carbon footprint.


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Company News

Eat Beyond Appoints Former Mars CEO Don Robinson as Chairman of the Board

Eat Beyond Global Holdings, a Canadian investment issuer focused on the plant-based and alternative food sector, announce that Don Robinson has been appointed to Chairman of the Board. This week the company announced that it had received approval to list its common shares on the Canadian Securities Exchange (the “CSE”).


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Company News

Eat Beyond Global Holdings Will Today Begin Trading on Canadian Securities Exchange

Eat Beyond Global Holdings Inc, an investment issuer focused on the global plant-based and alternative food sector, is announcing that it has received approval to list its common shares on the Canadian Securities Exchange (the “CSE”). The common shares will commence trading under the trading symbol “EATS” today, November 17, 2020.


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Company News

The Very Good Butcher, World’s Second Plant-Based IPO, Sees Shares Increase by 790% in First Week of Trading

Following the success of Beyond Meat’s IPO last year, The Very Good Food Company (VGF) was the second plant-based company to successfully launch onto the stock market when it began trade began under the ticker “VERY” on  18th June. Investor Eat Beyond Global Holdings has announced it has already seen a 790% increase in share price.