Peanut butter is delicious, but it can be messy and difficult to use when making sandwiches or snacks. Because of this, Andy Scherer has come up with a solution to this common problem. He’s created a tool that dispenses the peanut butter, making this sticky food easy to use. Will he get a deal on
If you’re short on time, here’s a quick overview of what happened to Peanut Butter Pump after
Andy Scherer appeared on
Shark Tank Peanut Butter Pump Update
- Entrepreneur: Andrew Scherer
- Business: Pump for peanut butter jars
- Ask: $200,000 for 15% equity
- Result: No deal
- Shark: None
Andy, an inventor from Burbank, brought Peanut Butter Pump to
Chefs, moms, and peanut butter lovers everywhere can apparently benefit from the combined suction and pump device. One great feature of the pump is that it gets every last drop of peanut butter out of the jar.
He goes on to demonstrate how it works, by pumping the ‘perfect’ amount of peanut butter onto a sandwich, and also onto some celery sticks. The pump cleans the sides of the jar and dispenses consistent amounts of peanut butter.
Kevin O’Leary, who considers himself a peanut butter connoisseur, and even makes his own peanut butter, has a thing or two to say.
He takes issue with the pump because it is too big for the fridge. This leads to some discussion about whether or not peanut butter should be refrigerated in the first place.
But the real problem comes when Andy starts discussing the product, revealing that it’s just a prototype, and all sales so far have been preorders, totaling $129,000 via crowdfunding.
Even worse, Andrew hasn’t met the production due date and has withdrawn some of the crowdfunding money for his own use.
When asked about his story, Andy shares that he was laid off from his job 2 1/2 years prior to the pitch, where he worked in the currency exchange market. Desperate to start over, he decided to become an inventor.
This is when the Peanut Butter Pump came to be. Through the campaign, he sold the pumps for $27, which Robert Herjavec and Lori Greiner say is a lot.
Daymond John doesn’t think it the Peanut Butter Pump is solving a real problem, and ultimately, Lori, Robert, Kevin, and Mark all go out for the same reason.
Without a deal, Andy unfortunately leaves
We have interesting news to share in our Peanut Butter Pump update. The Peanut Butter Pump website says that the product is out of stock, and will ship by March of 2020. At the time of this writing, it’s been over 3 years since that time has passed.
We also discovered that Andy’s Indiegogo page often updates preorder customers about how the product is coming along, but the product still hasn’t shipped. It currently lists December 2023, as the new ship-by date.
The listing on his Indiegogo page is for a 2-pack of pumps, for $68 and he has received more pre-orders since the show.
Hopefully, Andy will finally make it happen and get his products shipped. We’ve reached out to Andy for more info on a Peanut Butter Pump update, and will let you know if we hear back!
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