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FunBites, food cutters that turn meals into shapes for kids who are picky eaters, entered the Shark Tank on February 6. Heavy interviewed founder Bobbie Rhoads.
Nuts ‘N More, an almond butter company that got a deal on Shark Tank in 2013 from Mark and Robert, revisit on February 6. Heavy interviewed CSO Dennis Iannotti.
Bantam Bagels enter the Shark Tank on January 9. Heavy interviewed co founder Elyse Oleksak about her mini bagel balls stuffed with cream cheese.