Rollin Greens Millet Tots Update | Shark Tank Season 11
Ryan and Lindsey Cunningham brought their millet-based snack company, Rollin Greens, to the
Shark Tank Rollin Greens Update
- Entrepreneurs: Ryan and Lindsey Cunningham
- Business: Plant and grain-based frozen snacks
- Ask: $500,000 for 10% equity
- Result: $500,000 for 20% equity
- Shark: Robert Herjavec
At the time of filming, Rollin Greens offered several different flavors of millet- and cauliflower-based snack tots and wings. The previous year, they had $320,000 in sales. At the time, you could find their products in Target and Kroger. However, the company was operating at a loss.
Lori Greiner was the first shark to show interest in the product. She asked guest shark Daniel Lubetzky to come in with her on a deal, but he said no. They wanted to move to food service, and he had concerns. Lori recognized this and went out as well.
Mark Cuban didn’t think the margins were good enough, so he went out. Kevin O’Leary dropped out too, stating that the business model just doesn’t work. This left Robert Herjavec.
Robert offered $500,000 for 20% equity. Ryan and Lindsey tried to get Lori in too, but she refused. In the end, they take Robert’s deal. What does this mean for the company? Keep reading our
Though the deal with Robert never closed, we have great news for our Rollin Greens update! The company is now making up to $5 million per year and has shelf space in large retailers like Wal-Mart and Wegman’s, as well as its website. Rollin Greens was also QVC’s Best Plant-Based Food for 2021.
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