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IT WAS MAY 2, and Ethan Brown was beaming. The company he’d founded a decade earlier, Beyond Meat, was debuting on the stock market that day with an initial public offering (IPO), and he was in New York City’s Times Square to ring the opening bell at Nasdaq. Standing proudly beside Brown inside the gleaming MarketSite tower were his wife Tracy, members of the Beyond Meat team, and vegan celebrities Jessica Chastain and John Salley. “We have been really elated to see the reaction from the market,” he said. “So I couldn’t be happier to open this up to their participation.”

And what remarkable participation it has been. Shareholders eagerly snapped up the stock, showing that they believe not just in the future of the company, but the future of meat alternatives. In Beyond

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