Success Case Study: Hampton Creek - Disrupting the Food Industry with Plant Proteins
Hampton Creek – because of its meticulous use of food technology to drive innovation – is a disruptive player in the FMCG market. Commercializing a food that functions like an egg, but comes from the Canadian yellow pea (and not chickens) was an FMCG industry first.
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Reasons To Buy
Why is Hampton Creek considered an interesting case?
What consumer insight underpins the Californian start-up's success to date?
What can I learn and apply from the brand concept?
How might Hampton Creek represent a new direction for food production and consumption?
Hampton has captured the interest of billionaire investors whose wealth and profile has propelled company growth.
Hampton makes compelling superiority claims around taste, health, cost, and sustainability. All are underpinned by its proprietary tech-based approach to R&D that promises better outcomes than modern food production.