I Love Chamoy update

I Love Chamoy Mexican Candy Sauce | Shark Tank Season 15

Monterey, Mexico native, Annie Leal, pitched her Mexican sauce company during Shark Tank Season 15. I Love Chamoy makes sugar-free Chamoy, which is a tangy, sweet sauce that can be added to fruit, drinks, and desserts. Will the sharks love her product enough to make an offer? Find out in our I Love Chomoy update.

If you’re short on time, here’s a quick overview of what happened to I Love Chamoy after Shark Tank!

Annie Leal appeared on Shark Tank Season 15 and walked away without a deal. In terms of an I Love Chamoy update, the company is still in business and seems to be doing well. It’s too early to report on year-end sales, but we’re sure that they will receive a huge boost after appearing on Shark Tank!

Shark: Result:
Kevin O’Leary  $300,000 for 12.5% equity
Mark Cuban No offer
Barbara Corcoran No offer
Lori Greiner No offer
Jason Blum No offer

Shark Tank I Love Chamoy Update

I Love Chamoy Update

  • Entrepreneur: Annie Leal
  • Business: Mexican sweet sauce
  • Ask: $300,000 for 5% equity
  • Result: No deal
  • Shark: None

Founder of I Love Chamoy, Annie Leal, entered the Shark Tank Season 15 in style, that is, with a full mariachi band playing the Shark Tank theme song. She shares that when she thinks of Halloween candy, she thinks of Mexican candy, and her sauces encapsulate everything that she loves about them.

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Chamoy is a traditional Mexican candy sauce. It can be drizzled onto a variety of foods to enhance flavor but without harmful ingredients.

That’s because it’s sugar-free, carb-free, and even calorie-free. She says that soon after moving to the United States, her dad developed diabetes.

This meant that he could no longer enjoy the foods that he loved. This inspired her to develop a product that would help him safely enjoy the foods that reminded him of home.

Her product is what she calls a love letter to her dad, her culture, and her community.

At this point, the sharks get to try some samples of foods with the chamoy. Lori Greiner points out that the sauce is sweetened with monk fruit.

Kevin O’Leary doesn’t understand why she is calling it a candy, but Annie says that she grew up with this being called a candy sauce.

After sharing the sauce with the sharks, she shares that she also has an additional product line. She invites guest shark Jason Blum, CEO of Blumhouse Productions, to help her reveal it by hitting open a piñata.

Out came pouches of sugar-free Mexican candy, that she calls sweet, spicy, and tangy. They’re essentially chamoy gummies.

She’s been in business for 1 year, and in her first year, she had $550,000 in sales. Her sales, year to date, are $1.3 million.

Additionally, she’s projecting to close the year with $3.8-$4 million. Further, 80-90% of her sales are all organic, utilizing only social media for advertising.

At the time of filming, she had 500,000 followers across several social media channels. Products are in 250 stores across Texas, HEB, and Home Goods.

The sauces cost between $1.60-$2 to produce and retail for $12, and wholesale between $3.90-$4.

She carries no debt on the company and projects the current year’s profit to be around $1.5 million. Mark Cuban applauds her success.

Annie wants to utilize the help of a shark so that she can expand in the retail market. Barbara Corcoran speaks up and says that if retail is what Annie wants, then she’s not along for that ride. For this reason, she is out.

Kevin O’Leary is interested and offers $300,000 for 15% equity of I Love Chamoy.

Lori Greiner chimes in next and says she doesn’t want to take a chunk of Annie’s business. She will however be a consumer of her products.

Jason doesn’t have much expertise in this area that Annie needs, so he is also out.

Mark is out next because the product just isn’t for him.

This leaves just the offer from Kevin on the table, so Annie counters him for $350,000 for 7% equity. He says no, but she counters again with $300,000 for 8%.

Kevin counters back with $300,000 for 12.5%, and when he says it’s his final offer, she turns it down and leaves Shark Tank Season 15 without a deal.

Will Annie manage to continue growing without the help of a shark? Keep reading our I Love Chamoy update to find out!

We have good news to share in our I Love Chamoy update. Despite not getting a deal on Shark Tank, Annie seems to be doing just fine without the help.

Her products are available on Amazon and her social media following also seems to be growing. On the I Love Chamoy website, you can also join their referral club to get 15% off of your order.

We’re sure that appearing on Shark Tank will bring a nice boost to sales and product awareness for Annie.

As we get more news on an I Love Chamoy update we will let you know!

In the meantime, check out our updates from the other companies featured on Season 15 Episode 5 here:

For even more on companies and products, be sure to stop by our Season 15 Products Page!

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