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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Agronomics Limited LSE:ANIC London Ordinary Share IM00B6QH1J21 ORD 0.0001P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.20 2.94% 7.00 6.80 7.00 6.90 6.90 6.90 135,738 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 0.0 -0.3 -1.3 - 35

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/7/2019
07:16
So, we still have £4 million to invest too ;-) I wonder what is next...
smackeraim
29/7/2019
07:01
Beyond meat used to burn a lot of cash as a start up. Guess what, it still does now - yet to make a profit - but has a 14 billion dollar market cap now its floated.
smackeraim
29/7/2019
06:55
"Agronomics ... remains the only UK quoted vehicle offering investors exposure to this rapidly growing sector."
cf456
29/7/2019
06:54
I think if you took the real cost of a normal sausage including environmental costs the gap would be much smaller. This is likely to be the future of food ....but as with all new tech it will take time and money and then others will jump in too.
global nomad
29/7/2019
06:54
I think if you took the real cost of a normal sausage including environmental costs the gap would be much smaller. This is likely to be the future of food ....but as with all new tech it will take time and money and then others will jump in too.
global nomad
29/7/2019
06:51
https://twitter.com/Alexios1201/status/1155731893217890304?s=1935p Target
alexios1201
29/7/2019
06:48
Could be commercial by 2021 though!
goodbloke1
29/7/2019
06:47
2 sausages 290 quid. Thats a very expensive sausage butty. 180k cash burn per month It was an eye watering 2.9k per sausage ..!
tidy 2
29/7/2019
06:42
The investment by Agronomics is worth $700,000 (£565,000) and values New Age at $10million (£8million).Agronomics, which is chaired by Innocent Drinks founder Richard Reed and backed by Brexit donor Jim Mellon, is investing alongside New York-based firm FF Venture Capital.New Age, which is raising a total of at least $2million (£1.6million), currently burns through around $200,000 (£160,000) every month for research and development.New Age's first lab-grown sausage cost around $3,000 (£2,400) to make because of the time and processes involved in production.It has since reduced the cost of production but it still stands at close to $180 (£145) for an amount of meat that will make a single sausage. It is not expected to become commercial until at least 2021 and the investment will be used to examine ways to shorten the process.
tidy 2
29/7/2019
06:31
Brian Spears, Founder of New Age Meats, said: - "I am extremely pleased that Agronomics has made such a commitment to our exciting venture and the cultured meat sector as a whole.  Cultured meat simultaneously addresses three major issues - human health, the environment and animal welfare.  This is the first small step we are taking to reverse climate change, stop breeding animals into a life that's not worth living and to help humans to become healthier."
alexios1201
29/7/2019
06:30
Commenting on the investment, Richard Reed, Chairman of Agronomics, said: - "New Age Meats is a pioneer in the clean meat industry, having been the first to produce and serve a cultured pork sausage tasting prototype.  Agronomics is fortunate to be included in this seed funding round. This investment aligns perfectly with Agronomics' stated strategy and more broadly to the growing environmental and ethical concerns of investors."
alexios1201
29/7/2019
06:20
Simply Foods, trading under the name New Age Meats was founded in 2017 by Brian Spears, a chemical engineer with a background in industrial automation.  Early funding for the company was provided by IndieBio, a world-leading life science accelerator, based in San Francisco.  New Age Meats will initially focus on developing a pork-based sausage.  It is hoped the company will launch its first commercial product in 2021.
alexios1201
29/7/2019
06:19
Investment in Simply Foods, Inc. trading as New Age MeatsThe Board of Agronomics is pleased to announce it has today completed a subscription of US$ 699,999.54 for 885,739 Series Seed Preferred Shares (the "Subscription") in Simply Foods, Inc. ("Simply Foods") trading as New Age Meats, a company based in San Francisco, California, USA  that is developing pork-based cultured meat products. The Subscription, which is expected to give Agronomics an interest of approximately 7.0% (on a fully diluted basis) in Simply Foods, will be paid using cash from the Company's own resources.  The Subscription is part of the first close of the Series Seed funding round to raise a minimum of US$ 2.0 million undertaken by Simply Foods, led by New York-based ff Graphite (V) Venture Capital Fund, LP. The Company has the right to appoint a board observer at its discretion. Agronomics is the only European based investor participating in this round, and remains the only UK quoted vehicle offering investors exposure to this rapidly growing sector.
alexios1201
29/7/2019
06:06
Massive new today ... only the beginning
rakepat37
28/7/2019
15:00
New Age Meats sausage tasting eventhttps://youtu.be/K_P8xr89Eoc
alexios1201
28/7/2019
12:05
Your qtr of a mil holding will look good soon Matt
alexios1201
28/7/2019
11:42
Well does say could be commercial in two years! New Age industry first so all adds to the high profile of this only quoted company of its type in UK and I believe in Europe!I will be looking to buy next week on any weakness
goodbloke1
28/7/2019
10:47
Good few years off anything .company burns cash also .like this long term but not short term
toolsmoker
28/7/2019
09:04
Looks like a good initial investment with the new funds raised. Decent write up too.
scotty666
28/7/2019
08:27
Interesting article!
smackeraim
28/7/2019
06:41
British investors have an appetite for firms making lab-grown sausages and burgersBy Jamie Nimmo For The Financial Mail On Sunday21:31 27 Jul 2019, updated 21:31 27 Jul 2019British investors, including the founder of smoothie company Innocent Drinks, are ploughing money into start-ups which hope to serve up laboratory-grown sausages and burgers.Agronomics, an AIM-listed firm targeting investments in so-called clean food companies, is poised to unveil a deal to buy a 7 per cent stake in a San Francisco-based start-up called Simply Foods Inc, which trades as New Age Meats, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.It comes as entrepreneurs and high-profile businessmen such as Sir Richard Branson look to cash in on the growing trend among millennials and more ethically-conscious consumers to avoid food which comes from animals.Hitch: It currently costs £145 to make enough meat for one New Age sausageNew Age, which makes meat in labs from animal cells, was the first company in the world to grow a sausage in a lab using the cells from a pig.Its advocates say the meat is likely to appeal to many vegans because the process means animals will not need to be slaughtered.And it is claimed the new techniques will also cut greenhouse gases, reduce illnesses caused by food being transported, and save land and energy.The investment by Agronomics is worth $700,000 (£565,000) and values New Age at $10 million (£8 million).Agronomics, which is chaired by Innocent Drinks founder Richard Reed and backed by Brexit donor Jim Mellon, is investing alongside New York-based firm FF Venture Capital.New Age, which is raising a total of at least $2million (£1.6million), currently burns through around $200,000 (£160,000) every month for research and development.New Age's first lab-grown sausage cost around $3,000 (£2,400) to make because of the time and processes involved in production.It has since reduced the cost of production but it still stands at close to $180 (£145) for an amount of meat that will make a single sausage. It is not expected to become commercial until at least 2021 and the investment will be used to examine ways to shorten the process.Links: Agronomics, which is chaired by Innocent Drinks founder Richard Reed and backed by Brexit donor Jim Mellon, is investing alongside New York-based firm FF Venture CapitalSome entrepreneurs working in clean meat companies believe it may be ten years before they are launched in restaurants.The cells that New Age use come from a pig called Jessie, which the company names on its website as its 'chief sausage officer'.Unlike other vegan dishes which have been criticised for failing to taste as good as meat, journalists who tried New Age's first sausage last year said it tasted like normal sausages. Brian Spears, founder of New Age, said: 'Cultured meat simultaneously addresses three major issues: human health, the environment and animal welfare.This is the first small step we are taking to reverse climate change, stop breeding animals into a life that's not worth living and to help humans to become healthier.'Last year, Branson, who has invested in another clean meat start-up called Memphis Meats, said: 'In 30 years or so, I believe we will look back and be shocked at what was the accepted way we killed animals en masse for food.' However, some studies have shown people are put off by the concept because they view it as unnatural.It is the second investment made by Agronomics which has already backed a company called BlueNalu. The San Diego-based firm claims to be months away from serving up whole pieces of yellowtail amberjack fish to staff.Last month, Agronomics raised £4.5million (£3.6million) to spend on a series of investments. It hopes to amass a portfolio of ten to 15 'clean meat' companies that will spawn successful businesses.Reed founded Innocent Drinks with two fellow Cambridge graduates before selling it to Coca-Cola for more than $500million (£403million) in 2013.The launch of Agronomics in April came just days before the blockbuster New York stock market float of Beyond Meat.The US firm, which has produced plant-based burgers and sausages, issued shares to new investors on May 1 at $25 (£20) each. However, a stampede to buy its shares since then has pushed them up to $234 (£189), valuing the entire company at $14 billion (£11.3billion).
alexios1201
28/7/2019
06:40
https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-7292819/amp/British-investors-appetite-firms-making-lab-grown-sausages-burgers.html?__twitter_impression=true
alexios1201
28/7/2019
06:24
"poised to unveil a deal" ..... hTTps://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-7292819/amp/British-investors-appetite-firms-making-lab-grown-sausages-burgers.html
cf456
26/7/2019
21:41
https://twitter.com/stevestubbsy1/status/1154859710807498752?s=21
smackeraim
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