It’s tricky to invest in private companies (not listed on the stock market). There aren’t too many options for vegan investors. On July 27, Trader Joe’s started selling the Impossible Burger, which is now available at more than 5,000 U.S. grocery stores. The Toronto-Dominion Bank and its subsidiaries are collectively known as TD Bank Group ("TD" or the "Bank"). You can crowdfund using any of the large crowdfunding platforms, with Wefunder probably being the best option. The very big names like impossible or oatly will very likely go the traditional IPO route though. Again, there aren’t many vegan options in the stock market, but here they are. According to Nielsen, the sale of meatless products in the last week of March increased by 255% over the same week a year earlier. A remark regarding tofutti: it is not completely vegan, quoting their FAQ “Not all Tofutti products are vegan. “The dollar spot index is at its lowest level since August 2015, with low economic growth in the U.S. backing the Federal Reserve’s dovish stance,” Bloomberg reports this morning. A few people have launched startups to connect vegan businesses that need investments to vegan investors (that don’t need to have a ton of money to invest) in the hope of finding the next Beyond Meat before it gets big. Cosmetics, clothing, alcohol … think some red wine producers, Heineken (on the Amsterdam stock exchange AEX), or – although I believe not all their products are vegan at least for now (but I prefer their vegan products to Heineken’s) – Asahi (maker of Grolsch, Asahi, and other beers as well as stronger stuff). Their packaging and branding is beautiful, so hopefully they will do well in the future. The company was also named as one of the 2019 World’s Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere (and for the 6 years before as well). But if you want to join, they just launched a crowd funding. They are not yet on the stock market. If you can access the New Zealand exchange there are a number of such companies including Seeka (SEK on the NZX) who grow kiwifruit avocado and other fruit, and T&G Global (TGG on the NZX) who grow apples and other fresh fruit and vegetables. The Company is a provider of telecommunications, media and technology services globally. Think it’s very hard so probably will be limited but one can dream – especially if there is more demand from the public! While their products aren’t clearly labelled as vegan, there are some mentions of their products all being “vegan” on their website and a few news articles that I found. This may be a little convoluted but stick with me. By comparison, meat sales grew just 53% year over year for the same week. 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Unfortunately for Tyson shareholders, the company didn’t make it to the ball, selling its shares in April 2019 for an undisclosed amount after Tyson CEO Noel White decided the company would create its own plant-based protein line. ”That means the opportunity here could be in the range of $30 billion just in the U.S.,” CEO Sean Connolly said in August 2019. They likely are, but I’m not 100% sure. If I spot any interesting opportunities, I’ll add them to this page. Note that AAK is on the STO. It’s another one listed on the STO, so you might need to contact your investing bank and find out if you’re able to buy stock. On April 30, 2020, Kellogg announced on its quarterly conference call that it had delayed the launch of its “Incogmeato” burgers from the end of the first quarter to sometime in the second half of the year due to the novel coronavirus. The company sold 250,000 shares to the public, raising $36.8 million in net proceeds. Restaurant Brands International (NYSE:QSR) used to be on this list. Great share! So you’re not strictly supporting vegan companies if you invest in HAIN, but I’ll leave the decision to you. It’s only appropriate that a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), one of the hottest investment vehicles on the planet, announced a merger on June 12, 2020, with Florida-based Itella International, a plant-based food company that operates under the “Tattooed Chef” brand. TD Ameritrade and these companies are not responsible for each other's policies or services. Potvin sold Yves to Hain in 2001. But that might actually be a good thing; that same ingredient is the crux of the burger’s appeal to flexitarians, who are used to the strong flavor of meat. In terms of sales, Tattooed Chef generates 53% from its branded products, and the remaining 47% from private label, providing shareholders with two diversified streams of revenues. Insurance products/services are offered through The Insurance Agency of TD Ameritrade, LLC. Well it depends on what you’re looking for, you have a few different options: One company that could be added to the list of publicly traded vegan stocks in this article is “else nutrition”, which is selling plant-based toddler nutrition (https://elsenutrition.com). All rights reserved. Most importantly, all their products are plant-based. Early withdrawals may be subject to withdrawal charges. Also see https://us.pg.com/cruelty-free. (E.g., the ‘vegan burger’.) It offered its IPO at the beginning of May 2019, and got off to a strong start before hitting a rough patch. Although all of Tofutti frozen dessert and cheese products are completely vegan, our Mintz’s Blintzes are not. All the very best, Dennis, PPS (:-): Beware: Nestle advertises some of its Garden Gourmet vegetarian range as vegan. Nasdaq Me too! Why can’t I find a ticket on td ameritrade to buy Sweet Earth Foods? Violife itself is a private company, you can’t invest in them directly. I wouldn’t really consider it a vegan company (at least not right now), but you can make your own decision. If you’re okay with the idea of investing in Hain Celestial because a large portion of their business is vegan, you might be able to apply similar logic to other businesses. Impossible Foods make the Impossible Whopper, the same people behind the plant-based burger that’s available at all Wahlburger locations across the U.S. They were 96% higher than a year earlier. I am just about to start selling shares private . In particular, Ariel, Lenor, Dreft, and Head and Shoulders (which are specific products I asked about) all are. They make a few other algae-based products. The burgers will now be launched at the same time as its new plant-based sausage products later in 2020. Stock Exchange: TSX Venture Exchange (Canada). If you are a CAG shareholder, Gardein is a major reason to hang on to your stock. You can either invest in individual companies (like the ones on this page), or stick your money in a vegan ETF (not many to choose from at the moment). Like you wrote, it is difficult to find vegan companies that are public because very often they are bought by bigger non-vegan companies or they are not advertised as “vegan” in the first place. With 33% fewer calories than a leading brand of pork sausage patties, these are bound to be a hit with health-conscious consumers. There are also some companies like BlackRock, who have done a lot of greenwashing to say they’re slowly focusing on sustainability, but the impact of those promises are questionable. Hi Dale, how about companies that grow fresh produce? So I’ll leave Bunge on the list, but you should be aware of this before investing in them. On crowdfunding platforms like Wefunder (which is awesome), you can invest in any (reasonable) size and buy equity of vegan companies you like (note that not all companies there are vegan). 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