S7 E13 Episode 13

01/08/16 | TV-PG | CC

Three friends from Oakland, CA try to sell the Sharks on a breath freshener that has dual uses; a woman from Parker, CO seeks a huge valuation for a functional kid’s placemat; and a 23-year-old Baltimore man wants to fight hunger and help the environment with his "ugly" produce subscription service — will the Sharks find it attractive? Plus, a product for curly hair, and a follow up on the Houston-based founders of LuminAid, inflatable, solar-powered lights in which Mark Cuban invested during Season 6.


PITCH: Spretz

About the Company: Spretz is the first all natural 2-in-1 spray freshener that delivers a powerful mist of freshness to both your breath and your hands! Perfect for removing unwanted odors associated with cheese, garlic, smoke, coffee and fish. Spretz is a convenient way to freshen up when time is short.

Learn More: Visit www.spretzme.com


PITCH: ezpz

About the Company: ezpz is a start-up out of Parker, CO that invented the Happy Mat - an all-in-one placemat + plate that suctions to the table. Since the mat captures kids' messes and the suction function eliminates tipped bowls and plates, parents are enjoying family mealtime that is less about mess and more about fun.

Learn More: Visit www.ezpzfun.com


PITCH: Hungry Harvest

About the Company: Hungry Harvest is a produce delivery service with a mission to reduce food waste and feed hungry families. We work with local farms and wholesales to source "surplus" produce that otherwise would have gone to waste because of it's size or shape. We assemble it in to balanced variety boxes and deliver it to subscriber's doors every week, year round. For every box we deliver, we donate a box to a hungry individual in need.

Learn More: Visit www.hungryharvest.net


PITCH: Controlled Chaos

About the Company: Simply the best curly hair product on the planet! Created by a hair stylist with curly hair and developed with feedback from hundreds of her beloved curly clients. As if providing the best frizz-fighting, sun-blocking, curl-smoothing product wasn't enough, the socially-conscious Controlled Chaos Curl Creme is made with organic U.S.-sourced ingredients and packaged in BPA-free bottles. Plus, one percent of all sales benefit the environment through 1% for the Planet. You'll look good, feel good and do good when you use Controlled Chaos Curl Creme!

Learn More: Visit controlledchaoshair.com

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