The Businesses and Products from Season 14, Episode 20 of Shark Tank
First into the Tank is an entrepreneur from Longmont, Colorado, who created a gourmet and all-natural energy snack inspired by love this week on Shark Tank. Entrepreneurs from San Diego, California, present their revolutionary clothing line seeking a fit for every body type and shape; while an entrepreneur from Cleveland, Ohio, is on a mission to create quality play on the go for children and less mess at home with her product. Last into the Tank is an entrepreneur from Tiburon, California, who presents his handcrafted Mexican food brand inspired by his generations-old family recipe.
In a "Shark Tank" update, husband and wife Nina and Sina Farzin from Potomac, Maryland, update us on their baby care brand Oogiebear, who have secured over $1.6 million in sales after partnering with investor Barbara Corcoran.
As a woman-owned, veteran-owned, family business, Honey Bunchies makes the ultimate salty-sweet Gourmet Honey Bars that are sure to knock your socks off! Using a long-lost family recipe, our dad launched Honey Bunchies on his wedding anniversary, naming the bars after Mom, who he has always called "Honey Bunchie." Honey Bunchies Gourmet Honey Bars are made from scratch in Colorado by our family using all-natural, gluten-free ingredients that will energy your body and make your taste buds jump for joy!
Dapper Boi is a genderless, everyday, online clothing line made to fit a variety of body types and sizes. They are proud to make people feel comfortable and confident in their own skin by offering quality, stylish clothes with a unique fit.
Screen-free play, sustainably made: Play Maysie's portable dollhouses create quality play on the go and less mess at home! Founded by a single adoptive mom, each purchase supports their donation of cases to youth entering foster care.
Tia Lupita Foods
Tia Lupita® Foods is a better for you Mexican inspired food brand that uses clean simple ingredients in all of our products and we are the first brand to introduce cactus or nopales as an alternative functional sustainable ingredient in our line of grain-free tortilla chips and tortillas.