The investors and a consumer audience are pitched a plate which also floats in pools, a revolutionary ravioli rolling pin, a sweeter twist on the classic brownie, an insect-based cracker, and a line of Italian sauces that will have them saying, "that's a nice!"
Food-savvy entrepreneurs pitch an all-natural toffee, a gelato shop that turns ice cream into spaghetti, a device that helps you carry your grocery bags, a new type of spring water that's actually black, and a healthy grab-and-go breakfast line.
Pitches include a breakfast treat that's surprisingly caffeinated, a line of uniquely flavored sodas, a frozen take on a hometown favorite, a coffee franchise that serves edible cups, and a cooking school that's delivered right to your door.
Entrepreneurs pitch a revolutionary coffee-brewing device, a high-protein nut butter that has fitness buffs losing their shirts, a surprising ice cream that runs hot and cold, the hippest chicken nuggets on the planet, and a hot dog that survived World War II.
The investors hear pitches about a gelatin shot that's all grown up, an update on the health bar, a check holder that will illuminate the dining experience, and an at-home storage system that measures your ingredients for you.
Entrepreneurs seek investments for mints that double as vitamins, a grill that takes tailgating up a notch, a microwavable "burger blaster," a pediatric prescription in drink form, and a robot that serves as a personal chef.
Entrepreneurs try to persuade the investors to go in on a soup delivery service, a waist-trimming margarita mix, a unique line of Indian sauces, a miniature version of a classic ethnic dish, and cookies that look like your friends.
Investors determine their interest in a cake company that has everyone buzzing, a health bar for a charming life, a liquid sweetener that aims to replaces sugar, an Americanized Indian eatery, and the golden egg of kitchen devices.