Grinds Coffee Pouches

February 9, 2013 by  

Grinds Coffee Pouches, Sometimes on “Shark Tank,” we see some small business home runs. The bad news with the products this week is that we’re not altogether sure that any of the ones featured are going to change the consumer world. That’s not to say that we are looking at a field of duds, though: some of these (but not all of them) could create some nice little businesses for themselves thanks to the immense platform that this show provides.

As always, the following is just our two cents on all of the pitches along with the results from the show. Want to pick up the products for yourself? All you have to do is click on any of the links below to head over to their official websites.

The Green Garmento – What a mess this eco-friendly bag turned out to be! On the surface, the product seemed rather brilliant in that it was a green-friendly laundry bag that could save dry cleaners and the consumers money over a period of time. Unfortunately, the innovation of the product just could not compensate for the fact that the business had an enormous amount of debt that it would struggle to pay back. This is not a billion-dollar business that we’re looking at here, and no shark wants to bite on a business that already has some significant money problems.

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