Agronomics’ Warrants to be traded on JP Jenkins


Agronomics Ltd (LON:ANIC), the leading listed alternative proteins company with a focus on cellular agriculture and cultivated meat, has announced that it has entered into an agreement with J P Jenkins Limited to facilitate the trading of warrants issued in connection with the Company’s financing announced on 11 May 2021, on a matched bargain basis.

The indicative pricing for these warrants (ISIN: IM00BN29W767), as well as the transaction history will be available from 11:00 am on Friday, 16 July 2021 on the following website:

Warrant holders wishing to trade these securities can do so through their stockbroker. Trades will be conducted at a level that JP Jenkins is able to match a willing seller and a willing buyer. Trades can be conducted, and limits can be accepted during normal business hours by contacting JP Jenkins trading desk via STX 76086. Shareholders or potential investors can place limits via their existing UK regulated stockbroker.

For more information, please contact J P Jenkins at or on +44 (0) 20 7469 0937.

About J P Jenkins

J P Jenkins is the oldest established trading platform in the UK for unlisted or unquoted companies and instruments. It provides a solution that enables companies to allow their existing shareholders and prospective investors to trade in their shares.

About Agronomics

Agronomics is a leading listed alternative proteins company with a focus on cellular agriculture and cultivated meat. The Company has established a portfolio of 16 companies at the Seed to Series B stage in this rapidly advancing sector. It seeks to secure a 5-10% initial ownership in technologies with defensible intellectual property that offer new ways of producing food and materials with a focus on products historically derived from animals. These technologies are driving a major disruption in agriculture, offering solutions to improve sustainability, as well as addressing human health, animal welfare and environmental damage. This disruption will decouple supply chains from the environment and animals, as well as being fundamental to feeding the world’s expanding population. A full list of Agronomics’ portfolio companies is available at

About the Cultivated Meat Sector

Funding in the cultivated meat sector is growing rapidly with approximately US$ 170 million invested worldwide between 2016-2019 and over US$ 270 million raised in 2020 alone. Additional financings are anticipated as the capital requirements of these companies grows to build out and scale up manufacturing facilities. Currently it is estimated that there are 60 companies globally within the sector. AT Kearney, a global consultancy, has predicted that Cultivated Meat’s market share of meat consumption will be 35% by 2040.

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