Scratch and Grain on Shark Tank
Organic Cookie Kits - Episode 607 - 1/13 2015
|Scratch and Grain All-Natural|
Cookie Kits on the
Shark Tank Show
The story how two Portland neighbors Taya Geiger, and Leah Tutin started the Scratch and Grain Cookie Business that's now lead to appearing on the Shark Tank is very inspiring to say the least. The two neighbors which look more like sisters, didn't start the Scratch and Grain Cookies to go into business, at least not at first, but to solve a very real problem making All-Natural Organic Cookies quick and simple without all the mess. Each cookie kit combines everything you need (minus butter and one egg) to make the very best homemade cookies imaginable.
The Scratch and Grain Cookie Kits sold over 5000 units locally within the first year of Taya and Leah taking charge of the entire process. All the ingredients are individually packed in perfect proportions which were all done by hand at that time. This task alone would've made most entrepreneurs think twice about this business model, but they needed to prove the concept before investing $13,000.00 in a machine that now automates this process.
It's interesting to note some of the most successful food products seen on the Shark Tank Show all make gluten free versions of their product. Scratch and Grain cookies also has gluten-free kit's most people can't tell the difference in taste, and happens to be the most popular cookies available.
Scratch and Grain Cookie Kits before Shark Tank UpdateThe Scratch and Grain Cookie's spread like wildfire all across the Portland area and seems to be growing all around the country at a record pace. If Scratch and Grain is not already available at your local Whole Foods Market now, it most likely will be after this episode of the Shark Tank airs this Tuesday night on ABC. Anyone that's ever tried making a fresh batch of cookies from scratch is going to love these cookie kits by Scratch and Grain.
Another good positive Scratch and Grain has going for it compared to other cakes, cookies and food products already seen on the Shark Tank is the price. Each cookie kit consisting of the best all-natural ingredients to make a perfect batch of cookies is only $9.99 each. Sure you might have to put in a little butter, an egg, and a little effort, but this recipe is so easy even a kid can do it. In fact, making a batch of Scratch and Grain Cookie's is the perfect way to teach kids how to bake.
Good Luck Taya and Leah inside the Shark Tank this Tuesday night!
I for one think this is an excellent idea and look forward to trying some Scratch and Grain Cookies very soon.
For those lucky enough to be in the Portland area this Tuesday night, you can check out Scratch and Grain's Shark Tank Viewing Party at Nicoli's Grill and Sports Bar in Lake Oswego, Oregon. Check out their Facebook page for more information.
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