Join The Movement. Save The Planet.
Welcome to the future of sustainable food
Small Actions, Big Change
What's the most effective way to reduce your environmental footprint? We'll give you a hint: It starts with your plate. That's right -- adjusting your diet can be better than getting solar panels, driving an electric car, or avoiding plastic straws. That's where Impossible Foods comes in. We make delicious meat products, from plants, so you can eat what you love, and save the planet that you love. Small actions lead to big change. Learn more about why we do what we do, and how you can take a bite out of it.
Measure Your Environmental Footprint
The best way to reduce your carbon footprint, limit global warming, halt the collapse of biodiversity, save wildlife and ensure enough clean water for all of us is to ditch meat from animals. The good news is, you can replace it with something that tastes just as delicious. Use our environmental impact calculator to understand how you can reduce your water, land, and greenhouse gas emission footprint by choosing Impossible products over meat from animals.
The Future Needs Scientists
Curriculum to Inspire Students to Save the World
A more sustainable future starts right now, in the classroom. That’s why we've partnered with Beyond Benign(opens in a new tab) to create free downloadable curriculum for third-, fourth-, and fifth-graders, including green chemistry* and sustainable science classroom materials, plus teacher training content. This multidimensional approach to teaching connects directly with the Next Generation Science Standards and STEM.
Both of our organizations recognize the importance of inspiring future scientists and change makers! Together, we can empower students to make decisions that help turn back the clock on climate change. Download the curriculum(opens in a new tab)—and please let us know what you think(opens in a new tab)!
*Green chemistry is the design of chemical products and processes that reduce or eliminate the use or generation of hazardous substances.
Want to learn more about sustainability and the food system? Check out our collection of academic papers and resources that help inform our work at Impossible Foods.