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Eat Beyond Global Holdings Rebrands as Eat & Beyond; Michael Aucoin Comments

Eat Beyond Global Holdings Rebrands as Eat & Beyond; Michael Aucoin Comments


VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
Friday, March 4th, 2022

Eat Beyond Global Holdings, a plant-based investment issuer, has announced it will be rebranding its image to Eat & Beyond Global Holdings to better reflect its refined investment mandate. Additionally, the company announced it also uplisted to the OTCQB under the ticker “EATBF.”

Michael Aucoin, Chief Executive Officer, Eat & Beyond Global Holdings“The team has made tremendous progress since launching the company in 2020 and has built a diverse and impressive portfolio; this progress is reflected in many areas, including this uplisting to the OTCQB market,” said Chief Executive Officer, Michael Aucoin. “However, our portfolio has expanded far beyond food to also include innovative food technology and key intellectual property that could help to truly define the future of the entire industry.”

The OTCQB is a transparent trading platform that offers a cost-effective method for United States investors to access Eat & Beyond’s shares. In addition to this listing, the company’s common shares will also remain listed on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the ticker symbol “EATS,” and on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange under the symbol “988.”

Eat Beyond Global Holdings recently revealed it will be rebranding its image to Eat & Beyond Global Holdings to better reflect its refined investment mandate

As technology and innovative releases occur in our vast industry, the acceleration of plant-based offerings has been tremendous and expansive. Eat & Beyond’s portfolio spans plant-based protein, dairy alternatives, foodservice, supplements, sustainable packaging, adaptogenic drinks, cultured meat and milk, and cellular agriculture technology. According to the release, the company provides retail investors with the unique opportunity to participate in the growth of a broad cross-section of companies that are leading the charge toward a smarter, more secure food supply.

“We have seen unprecedented consumer demand for alternatives to traditional factory farming and other unsustainable practices in the food industry. These outdated practices have been shown to have a detrimental impact on the health of the population and health of the planet,” added Aucoin. “This builds on the growing phenomenon of swapping beef burgers for plant-based burgers at the weekend barbecue—we are at the precipice of a true revolution in the food industry that will reshape not only what we eat today, but the way we live tomorrow.”

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