The Businesses and Products from Season 14, Episode 11 of Shark Tank
Tony Xu, DoorDash CEO and co-founder of the largest food delivery service in America, makes his first appearance as a guest Shark this week on Shark Tank. First into the Tank is an entrepreneur from San Francisco who presents her clean beauty brand alternative aimed at protecting you while in the great outdoors. Entrepreneurs from Atlanta introduce their innovative technology designed to help maximize your workout and progress at the gym, while an entrepreneur from San Francisco trusts her gut and hopes the Sharks do too with her modern twist on a traditional healthy beverage. Last into the Tank are entrepreneurs from New York City who want to make a dent in the growing plastic waste problem with their sustainable health care product line.
Kinfield makes clean outdoor products, like DEET-free bug sprays that actually work, and reef-safe suncare the whole family will love. Founded by Minnesota native Nichole Powell, Kinfield's products are inspired by the camping trips of her childhood and modernized with clean ingredients, effective formulas, and environmentally-friendly packaging. All products are vegan, Leaping Bunny Certified, and Made Safe for People + Planet
Metric Mate is a data analytics company whose patented Metric Mate T.A.P. Sensor and smartphone apps turn any strength training equipment into SMART equipment. Led by three Morehouse graduates, and backed by the Atlanta Accelerator Techstars, MetricMate uses data analytics to transform, connect, and restore the user's mind, body, andspirit anytime, anyplace.
wildwonder offers a healthy alternative to soda and a tasty upgrade to Kombucha without the vinegar - a delicious and bubbly drink inspired by grandma's healing tonics.
Founded by Russell Gong and Achal Patel, Cabinet Health is a sustainable healthcare company that has invented the world's first refillable and compostable medicine system to offer an impactful solution to the growing plastic waste crisis. The medicine industry is a plastic giant - producing over 190B single-use plastic medicine bottles every year, an estimated 97% of which end up in our oceans, landfills, and eventually our bodies, as microplastics. The Cabinet Health system offers high-quality over-the-counter medicines and supplements in elevated glass bottles that can be infinitely re-used, providing customers with a more beautiful, streamlined, and low-waste alternative to the dozens of plastic pill bottles in their medicine cabinets today.