Impossible secured $200 million at a valuation of $4.03 billion if all Series G shares authorized are issued. The plant-based food company is previously backed by Temasek, Horizon Ventures, and Khosla Ventures to name a few. The most recent round, Series G, follows $500 million raised for Series F, valuing the company at $3.61 billion. The terms surrounding the Series G include a pari passu liquidation preference with all other preferred, and conventional convertible meaning they will not participate with common stock if there are remaining proceeds. The most recent price per share is $16.15, an up round from Series F at $15.4139.

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