More people are choosing to eat plant-based diets than ever before.
25% of all Americans are already eating plant-based meals at least once a week and the numbers are even higher in many places around the world.
Gen Z’ers are leading that charge with over 75% eating plant-based meals at least once a week. As that population continues to influence trends with their wallets, big changes are on the horizon.
Currently the global market is worth an estimated $12 billion dollars and is only going to continue to increase in the future.
It’s just a matter of by how much…
Some experts have growth exploding dramatically, forecasting a market worth more than $70 billion by 2027.
That’s why the world’s second largest processor of chicken, beef, and pork, Tyson Foods, Inc. (NYSE: TSN), started selling its own plant-based food products last year.
But if you buy that stock, only a small portion of your investment will be tied to its plant-based foods division and your return on investment likely won’t be as high.
You could buy one of the most popular IPO’s from 2019, Beyond Meat (NASDAQ: BYND). But that stock has been so volatile since going public that it’s nearly impossible to predict where it’s heading next.
Fortunately, these aren’t the only companies taking advantage of the shift towards plant-based diets…
Early investments in the two small-cap plant-based food stocks I found for you today have the potential for enormous returns.
These are the types companies your friends will marvel at your early insight into.
One could even 10X your money by my estimations.
Let’s get started…
No. 2: Else Nutrition (Market Cap: $155M)
Founded in 2012 in Tel Aviv, Israel, Else Nutrition Holdings Inc. (OTCMKTS: BABYF) may be one of the smaller names in the vegan food revolution.
But make no mistake, the next few years will provide an enormous boost to the company.
Committed to providing child-rearing families who want to incorporate vegan options from the get-go, this company is responsible for bringing to the market the first plant-based toddler milk formula.
It also plans to soon introduce the first plant-based formula for babies and children under one years old.
Else Nutrition is the only plant-based toddler milk option in all of North America and has the unique opportunity to dominate the industry in the coming decade.
Why is that something you should be excited about as an investor?
Because, in the next 5 years, the first plant-based generation of Americans will be starting to raise families and will be extending their own diets their children.
Parents are going to be looking for healthy, environmentally conscious products to assist in raising their children and Else Nutrition will soon be synonymous with that.
Here’s the best part about investing in BABYF stock today… It’s growth potential is absolutely enormous.
Currently only trading at $1.66 per share, this is a low-cost option that can conservatively double or triple over the course of the next few years.
No. 1: The Very Good Food Company Inc. (Market Cap: $142.5M)
Since its inception in 2016, The Very Good Food Company Inc. (OTCMKTS: VRYYF) has consistently been recognized as producing some of the best tasting plant-based options on the market with its “Very Good Butcher” brand.
Some experts consider the company to have the same potential for growth and market domination that the plant-based powerhouse Impossible Foods (privately traded) has.
You can be forgiven if you haven’t heard of this Canadian-based company though, as it currently only has a strong presence on the Canadian West Coast – where the firm’s headquarters and production plant are located.
Here’s what you need to know now, though…
Very Good Food has experienced a 200% sales increase in 2020 alone and has leveraged that growth to raise the capital necessary to build a 10,000 square foot facility in Canada and another 25,000 square foot facility in California.
That increased production capacity will allow VRYYF to expand its market presence throughout Canada and the United States in order to take a larger share of the ever-expanding plant-based market.
What could that mean for early investors?
Right now, the Very Good Food Company is currently only trading for $1.87 per share.
But as the company’s brand hits more stores over the course of the next few years, you can expect that price to increase fivefold.
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