Season 11

Season 11 Episode 17

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Shark Tank season 11 episode 17 introduces businesses that help babies sleep through the night; a personalized body care brand; favorite comfort food plant-based alternative; a new and stylish version of outdoor comfortable accessory.

Season 11 Episode 17 in depth


In season 11 guest sharks are Katrina Lake, founder and CEO of Stitch Fix; tennis player Maria Sharapova, Daniel Lubetzky, founder and CEO of Kind; and Anne Wojcicki, CEO and co-founder of 23andMe. Matt Higgins and Rohan Oza are the recurring Sharks this season.

In this season 11 episode 17, there is no guest judge.

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Lori Greiner

We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 11 Episode 17. Many scammers claim they’ve received big investments from the Sharks or they have been on the show. They were not actually on Shark Tank if you don’t see a business on this list. Some of the top places you can use to check are on Wikipedia and also ABC’s episode guide.

List with all the appearances in season 11 episode 17:


Shark Tank Air Date: 03/27/20 – Season 11 – Episode 17

The Frozen Farmer Ice Cream
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The Frozen Farmer Ice Cream

ASKED FORGOTSHARK
$125,000 for 20%$125,000 for 30%Lori Greiner

Entrepreneurs: Katey Jo Evans

The Frozen Farmer ice cream is the richest, the creamiest, and the most delicious homemade ice cream. It was founded by Katey Evans in Delaware. 

In 2015, Katey Evans opened The Frozen Farmer in the 600-square-foot kitchen of a community golf course across the field from her farm. Kevin, her husband, is the third-generation owner and operator of Evans Farms in Bridgeville, Delaware where they own over 2,000 acres of fruits, vegetables and grains. 

The ice cream is “super-premium” and it contains 14% butterfat that is sourced locally. It has less air whipped into it while being churned, which results in a smoother, creamier, and richer ice cream.


Critter Pricker Raccoon Deterrent
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Critter Pricker Raccoon Deterrent

ASKED FORGOTSHARK
$115,000 for 15%$115,000 for 15% + $2.50 per unit royalty in perpetuityKevin O’Leary

Entrepreneurs: Joe Balistreri

Critter Pricker was developed by a wildlife removal professional to give homeowners and professional WCO a proven tool to deter wildlife and humans. The Critter Pricker is a patented humane, cost-effective prevention product for raccoons, other nuisance animals and human deterrents. 

The strips are made of strong polypropylene plastic patented snap hook design that articulates very sharp spikes connect to make a mat to deter animal scat.

The Critter Pricker can be used to defend your property walls and fences from burglars or trespassing individuals on your property walls with added security. You can keep cats, critters , raccoons, or any unwanted animals out of your attic. 


Goumi Kids Baby Clothes
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Goumi Kids & Baby Clothes

ASKED FORGOTSHARK
$1 million for 8%$1 million line of credit at 9% for 10% equityKevin O’Leary

Entrepreneurs: Lili Yeo and Linsey Ebuen

Lili Yeo was a young mother and she was unable to find baby clothes that were functional, yet pretty, and environment friendly that and suitable for a child in all ways. And this led to the idea of creating the company.

Durable enough to withstand umpteen washes but soft enough for delicate newborn skin. Made of 70% bamboo and 30% organic cotton, our fabric is sustainably harvested and naturally antimicrobial to protect your baby from germs.

The founder and CEO Lili Yeo was looking for Shark Tank investment money to scale up operations and expand Goumikid’s product line.

Goumikids has found strong support in their customers on Amazon, who rave about the style and functionality of their wearables.


Pasta by Hudson
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Pasta by Hudson

ASKED FORGOTSHARK
$150,000 for 10%$100,000 for 20% from Mark + $50,000 for 10% from LoriMark Cuban and Lori Greiner

Entrepreneurs: Brandon Fay

Brandon Fay had more than 20 years of experience managing a very popular New York City restaurant, The Trattoria Dell’Arte.

Fay opened Pasta by Hudson in 2018, who chose this name because of his daughter. The restaurant offers tastings of their fresh pasta seven days a week.

The New York City entrepreneur was seeking on ABC’s “Shark Tank an investment to expand the business.

Pasta by Hudson features an a la carte menu, where you can choose one of six pasta shapes, one of six sauces, and one add-in. There are 13 add-ins currently available. Pasta by Hudson is made daily and the freshly-made pasta can also be purchased by the pound. 


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