Loliware: Edible Cups

SEASON 7 EPISODE 2

PITCH

biodegrable, edible cups

ENTREPRENEUR

Chelsea Briganti & Leigh Ann Tucker

ASKED FOR

$150,000 for 10%

GOT

$600,000 for 25%

SHARK

Mark Cuban and Barbara Corcoran

STATUS

IN BUSINESS

0 thoughts on “Loliware: Edible Cups”

  1. Too good to be true .. Why not work with bioengineering Dept from Universities such as Cornell with the know how and experience building Non plastic cutteries, fully biodegradable (widely available in any of Cornell student cafeteria), though one cannot eat them. Either the Loliware would be a similar solution.. The really value is to build non-plastic and biodegradable kitchenware and straws ..etc. which would ultimately would be more interesting to the market then making them eatable. Although that would be a +, but who wants to eat a knife after cutting a steak with it.

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  2. So I see the Lally cups where not such a great idea I saw on Amazon that so many of them would come broken. Now I see you have straws which is probably a better idea but those aren’t always available either. But now I see on lolly cup website then selling everything for restaurants and not first thing that they came on shark Tank about. That was disappointing?‼️

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