Sia invests in an American company that produces pet food from fake meat
Sia’s surprise new career move! The singer invests in an American company that produces pet food from fake meat and she could make a FORTUNE
Australian-born singer Sia is getting into the meat business and it’s all perfectly politically correct.
A passionate defender of animal rights. the 46-year-old Los Angeles-based designer has invested in American company Bond Pet Foods, which produces food from fake meat.
Sia made the announcement this week in Fortune, explaining that she has always loved animals and described them as “some of the nicest people I’ve met.”
Enter the meat market! Popstar Sia has invested in American company Bond Pet Foods, which produces pet food from fake meat
“I’ve hugged old soul piggies with eyes that tell the story of time,” she said.
“I’ve sung to camels who really seem to understand my greatest fears, and I consider every dog I’ve ever had to be my best friend.”
Sia said that globally more than 200 million animals are slaughtered for meat products every day.
With her involvement in Bond Pet Foods, a Colorado company specializing in non-pet products for cats and dogs, Sia hopes to reinvent meat.
Passionate: Sia made the announcement this week, explaining that she has always loved animals, describing them as ‘some of the nicest people I’ve met’. She is pictured here promoting PETA’s campaign for pet owners to spray and sterilize their puppies and cats
Vegan: Nominated for nine Grammy Awards during a career that began in the 90s, Sia went “fully vegan” in 2014. A vegan burger is pictured here
The fake meat industry uses plant-based products as a meat substitute.
Nominated for nine Grammys during a career that began in the 90s, Sia came out “fully vegan” in 2014, the same year her sixth album 1000 forms of fear went to number one on the US Billboard chart.
She has often used her music to raise awareness of animal rights issues, including the promotion of cruelty-free fashion, pet adoption, and animal rescue.
Famous: Famous for hiding her face from the public, Sia, who is worth more than $30 million, could end up enjoying her new investment
She told Fortune that animals have been “my security blanket, my light in the storm…they’ve saved my life more times than I can count.”
Famous for hiding her face from the public, Sia, who is worth over $30 million, may end up enjoying her new investment.
According to recent reports, the fake meat industry could be worth US$23 billion by 2024.