Honey Bunchies Energy Snack Update | Shark Tank Season 14

Kendra Bennet created a line of allergy-friendly energy snack bars, based on a recipe created more than three decades ago. Will she earn a deal on Shark Tank Season 14? Find out in our Honey Bunchies update! 

Shark Tank Honey Bunchies Update

Honey Bunchies Update

  • Entrepreneurs: Kendra Bennet
  • Business: Allergy-friendly energy snack bars
  • Ask: $200,000 for 10% equity
  • Result: No deal
  • Sharks: None

The allergy-friendly snack company launched in 2010, when Kendra’s father took the initial steps to start Honey Bunchies. However, retailing the product didn’t actually get started for another three years.

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Honey Bunchies now has its snack bars in more than 1,200 retail locations, including Whole Foods.

Honey Bunchies energy snack bars cost $0.81 to produce and are listed at a retail price point of $2.99.

The company’s year-to-date sales were $300,000 and are expected to reach approximately half a million in gross revenue by the end of the year. Kendra’s business would net a profit of about $22,000 if those projections hold true.

Because of partnerships with 7-Eleven, and three nationwide distributors as well, Kendra expects to jump to more than $2 million in gross revenue during the 2023 calendar year. 

Unfortunately, due to the company’s valuation and the competitive industry, all of the sharks dropped out. Kendra left Shark Tank Season 14 without a deal, but what happened next? Keep reading our Honey Bunchies update to find out! 

We have some interesting news to share in our Honey Bunchies update! Since appearing on Shark Tank, the company has actually been rebranded to Bon Bee Honey.

The company is still in business and continues to expand its retail presence. While we weren’t able to find any new revenue numbers in our Honey Bunchies update research, appearing on Shark Tank will undoubtedly give the brand a big boost in sales. 

Products are available on Amazon and the Bon Bee Honey website. 

Do you want to learn about the other companies featured in Season 14 Episode 20? Follow the links below for our other company updates from the episode.

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