The Businesses and Products from Season 11, Episode 24 of Shark Tank

This week on Shark Tank, a mom from Danville, California, believes she has the solution to help your babies sleep through the night. Entrepreneurs from Bloomington, Indiana, introduce the Sharks to their ethical business model for their personalized body care brand; while a husband and wife from Boulder, Colorado, pitch their healthier plant-based alternative of a favorite comfort food. Entrepreneurs from San Francisco, California, present their stylish and ethically minded version of a comfortable outdoor accessory.

Sharks:
Mark Cuban
Lori Greiner
Robert Herjavec
Daniel Lubetzky

Kevin O’Leary

Dreamland Baby
dreamlandbabyco.com

Tara Williams founded Dreamland Baby after she couldn’t find a weighted blanket her 6-month old could safely wear. The Dreamland Baby sleepsack is the first ever, premiere line of weighted wearable blankets designed for babies 0-12 months! Her baby, Luke went from waking up every 1.5 hours to sleeping through the night with Dreamland Baby!

The Mad Optimist
themadoptimist.com

The Mad Optimist offers all-natural, fully customizable soaps and bodycare products with no order minimums. All products are halal, gluten-free, non-GMO, vegan, and cruelty-free. Customers get to choose their own scents, exfoliants, skin type formula, product name, and label design. They even get to choose the price they pay using The Mad Optimist’s innovative “pay-what-you-can-afford” sliding price scale. The Mad Optimists may seem a little crazy, but they’re crazy for good.

RollinGreens
rollingreens.com

RollinGreens dates back to 1980 when the Cunninghams founded Boulder’s first organic food truck. In 2011, the company was revitalized by the youngest Cunningham, son, Chef Ko, and his wife, Lindsay. RollinGreens creates a line of tasty, plant-based snacks, made from clean, whole, real ingredients from our food truck favorites.

Yellow Leaf Hammock
yellowleafhammocks.com

Yellow Leaf is a lifestyle brand focused on relaxation and driven by positive impact. Yellow Leaf makes products that empower people to practice daily relaxation and to live their best, most stress-free lives. The brand’s first product is a line of hammocks that are impeccably handwoven, shockingly soft, and technically engineered for extreme comfort. Best of all, Yellow Leaf is committed to creating high-wage jobs for moms in rural Thailand who weave each hammock by hand. The team’s goal is to empower artisans to lift their families from poverty to the middle class.

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