“Shark Tank” has been a platform for entrepreneurs to bring their innovative ideas to an audience of investors and millions of viewers (and potential customers) for ten seasons now.
While not every pitch lands a deal, the show has helped many companies get their feet off the ground and grow their business — some even become nationally recognized brands.
When it comes to food and drink products, “Shark Tank” has no shortage. Below, you’ll find nine standout companies that got their start in the Tank.
“Shark Tank” seems to have something for everyone, whether you’re an entrepreneur or a reality TV buff. There are plenty of comedic moments, but also tons of cool companies to discover. And, there are probably more products than you realize that got their big break on the show.
When it comes to food, it seems like there are an endless number of brands pitching reinvented snack foods, yummy new treats, or healthier versions of our favorite foods. From those stuffed bagel balls that line the shelves of your favorite coffee shop and the trendy jarred desserts everyone is eating, there have been a lot of cool food brands on “Shark Tank.” We rounded up nine of our favorites and included their corresponding episodes in case you want to check out the deal for yourself. The sharks had some pretty good taste when choosing to strike a deal with these food entrepreneurs.
Keep reading for nine delicious food products that got their break on “Shark Tank.”
Delighted By Hummus
Dessert hummus? It may sound like a misnomer, but it’s how Makenzie Marzluff got a deal on Shark Tank. Delighted By Hummus is a line of decadent sweet spreads — think flavors like snickerdoodle and brownie batter — but made with chickpeas. It’s a healthy and delicious way to enjoy a sweet treat, while also packing in plenty of protein.
If you want to see the deal: Season 9, Episode 4
Nuts ‘n More
Nuts ‘n More is the souped-up nut butter you never knew you needed. Each tub is packed with added whey protein, flax, and Omega 3’s for an impressive nutrition label. Even better is how great they taste. Inspired by his family’s bakery, founder Pete Ferreira came up with all kinds of delicious, high-protein concoctions — from classics like peanut butter and hazelnut spread to funky flavors like birthday cake and cookie dough.
If you want to see the deal: Season 4, Episode 18
This mini popcorn is as adorable as it is delicious. Pipcorn is gluten-free, whole grain, non-GMO, vegan (except for the ghee flavor), and made with all-natural ingredients. It’s made with a special variety of corn that yields mini kernels, which also happen to be much more delicate, so you don’t have to worry about kernels stuck in your teeth. Hand-popped in small batches and seasoned with yummy flavors like Cacio e Pepe and caramel, it’s no wonder this unique snack got a deal.
If you want to see the deal: Season 6, Episode 9
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