When storing soup and other leftovers in the freezer, it can be challenging to find the right container. That’s why Jake and Michelle Sendowski created a line of silicone containers, to make freezer storage easier than ever! Will they get a deal on
If you’re short on time, here’s a quick overview of what happened to Souper Cubes after
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|Lori Greiner||Accepted deal of $400,000 for 5% equity|
|Barbara Corcoran||$400,000 for 10% equity|
|Kendra Scott||No Offer|
|Mark Cuban||No Offer|
Shark Tank Souper Cubes Update
- Entrepreneur: Jake and Michelle Sendowski
- Business: Cubes to freeze leftovers
- Ask: $400,000 for 5% equity
- Result: $400,000 for 5% equity
- Shark: Lori Greiner
Husband and wife team, and Souper Cubes founders Jake and Michelle, are featured on
Freeze food in perfect portions - Great for bone broth servings, recipes, meal prep, and portion-controlled meals, Compartments have four fill lines: ½ cup, 1 cup, 125 mL, 250 mL - Each tray makes four 1 cup or 250 mL cubes.
With a sturdy silicone design, each storage tray is designed with multiple, individual storage cubes that come in a variety of sizes. Once frozen, you simply take the lid off, pop out a cube to reheat, and stick the rest back in the freezer.
All the sharks are blown away by the design and creativity of the product. Even better, each tray only costs $3.80 to make and retails for $19.95.
Additionally, the sharks are even more excited when Jake and Michelle share that they did $990,000 in sales in 2019, and $1.6 million in sales so far in 2020. Oh, and by the end of the year, they’re expecting to do $3.3 million in sales.
Kevin O’Leary was the first shark to make an offer, and he gave them two options. First, $400,000 for 3% equity with a $0.40 royalty in perpetuity or $400,000 for 15% equity.
Jake and Michelle receive several offers from various sharks, but in the end, it’s Lori Greiner who grabs their attention!
She takes time to award Souper Cubes with her “Golden Ticket,” meaning it’s the best company she has seen all season. She offers them $400,000 for 5% equity, which is exactly what they asked for.
After thinking it through, Jake and Michelle accept her offer, and Souper Cubes leaves the tank with a shark on its team.
Keep reading our Souper Cubes update to find out what happens next for the company!
Research for our Souper Cubes update revealed great news! The company is still in business, and they’ve done exceedingly well!
Following the first 24 hours of airing, the company made $938,000 in sales. Additionally, they’ve done a total of $8.6 million in sales, and over $14 million in lifetime sales!
We got the chance to chat with Michelle and she told us, “We’ve officially sold our one millionth Souper Cubes tray, a milestone we could have never dreamed of when we first had the idea for Souper Cubes in 2017.”
Michelle also told us, “The entire experience and journey has been a dream come true for us.”
Be sure to check out updates from the other companies that appeared on Season 12 Episode 14 below!
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