The Yard is the southern milkshake bar serving up 1800 calorie instagrammable shakes. With $3.4 million in sales to date and a growing franchise business, its no wonder Mark Cuban had to get his hands on this one. The company accepted a $400,000 investment from Mark for 22% of their company in Season 11.
9Bubba Q’s Boneless Ribs
The patented boneless baby back ribs from Season 5 have come a long way since securing a deal with Daymond John. Through contracts with Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s, Bubba Q’s made $16 million in sales over 3 years.
8Cousins Maine Lobster
By 2016, the lobster food truck company from Season 4 had reached over $20 million in sales. The company now has several franchises with a total estimated annual revenue of $5.1 million.
Yumble is the weekly subscription that delivers fully cooked meals specifically designed for kids. They had earned over $1.3 million in sales before their appearance in Season 10. The company has since secured additional investments totaling $8.5 million and now has a net worth of $10 million.
At the time of their appearance in Season 10, the vegan sushi company had already netted $4 million in sales at its East Coast operations. The company secured another $1.5 million in funding from the Sharks to expand into the West Coast and has since opened up its 7th franchise in New York.
5Wicked Good Cupcakes
Wicked Good Cupcakes was another Season 6 success story. With the help of Kevin O’Leary, the mother and daughter team secured a deal that would quickly launch them into sweet success. By the end of 2017, the company had sold over $14 million worth of cupcakes-in-a-jar.
The fat food fiends of Fat Shack secured a deal back in Season 10 and have since been gaining weight and rolling in dough. By 2019 the company had earned over $22 million in lifetime sales throughout its franchises.
After securing a deal back in Season 6, Bantam Bagels and their mini stuffed bagel and pancake balls went on to secure another major deal with StarBucks. By 2018 they had reached annual net sales of $20 million. The company was acquired by Lancaster Colony for $34 million.
2Copa Di Vino
Copa Di Vino is the premium wine by the glass producer most memorable for rejecting Shark offers not once, but twice back in Seasons 1 and 2. The company now has an estimated net worth of $67 million with over $13 million in annual revenue.
The meal-kit subscription service from Season 9 was acquired by Albertsons in 2017 for $200 million. They’ve since phased out Plated’s subscription service and their in-store meal kits. The company is now looking forward to incorporating Plated into their in-house brand.