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Beyond Meat Trades Up After Tim Hortons Announcement

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Beyond Meat Trades Up After Tim Hortons Announcement

Beyond Meat Trades Up After Tim Hortons Announcement

Business Insider reports Beyond Meat's stock has gotten another large boost.

Shares of the plant-based meat company traded up as much as 16% Wednesday after the company announced Tim Hortons across Canada would serve three different kinds of breakfast sandwiches with its product.

On Tuesday, shares had fallen 25% after JPMorgan's Ken Goldman cut his rating to "neutral.

More and more fast-food chains are adding vegan items to menus to meet the growing demand for plant-based meat alternatives.

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