Investors Want Slice of Impossible Foods, Hoping for IPO

According to The Wall Street Journal, Impossible Foods has seen a flurry of activity in the secondary market, which has the company valued at $5 billion in anticipation of a possible IPO. Since going public, Impossible rival Beyond Meat has seen its stock soar more than 500 percent. John Jannarone, Editor-in-Chief of IPO-Edge, joined Cheddar to discuss why investors so badly want a slice of the impossible.
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