The plant-based food producer boosted its valuation to $4bn and has now raised $1.5bn since being founded by Stanford faculty in 2011.

Impossible Foods, a US-based meat substitute developer founded by a Stanford University researcher, completed a $200m series G round led by hedge fund Coatue Management yesterday. Singaporean government-owned investment firm Temasek, hedge fund XN and Mirae Asset Global Investments, the asset management arm of financial services group Mirae Asset Financial, also took part in the…

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