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What time will 'Shark Tank' Season 14 Episode 12 be out? All about Nopalera, Brass Roots, and more

A Columbus couple will be featured on the upcoming episode, alongside a Brooklyn entrepreneur who wants to establish her cactus-forward cosmetics business
Founder of Nopalera and Brass Roots pitch their businesses to Sharks in 'Shark Tank' Season 14 episode 12 (ABC)
Founder of Nopalera and Brass Roots pitch their businesses to Sharks in 'Shark Tank' Season 14 episode 12 (ABC)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Friday nights have become associated with 'Shark Tank' nights for many individuals. The drama in the tank will undoubtedly keep you fascinated as you see entrepreneurs pitch their unique products and services before the ever-shrewd Sharks, and then witness the Sharks either launch into a furious bidding war or burn the entrepreneur for their business strategies. 'Shark Tank' Season 14 will return with another episode this Friday, featuring more entrepreneurs hoping to obtain investment for their ventures. The episode will also see the return of one fan-favorite Guest Shark.

Guest Shark Daniel Lubetzky, a Mexican American billionaire businessman, philanthropist, author, and founder and executive chairman of snack company Kind LLC, returns to the tank alongside regular Sharks, Lori Greiner, Kevin O'Leary, Daymond John, and Mark Cuban! Continue reading if you want to learn more about the forthcoming episode and the fascinating pitches that await us.


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When will ‘Shark Tank’ Season 14, Episode 12 air?

'Shark Tank' Season 14, Episode 12 returns to ABC after a two-week break on Friday, January 20, 2023, at 8 pm ET.

Who are the Sharks?

The Sharks in this episode are Mark Cuban, Daymond John, Lori Greiner, Kevin O'Leary, and Guest Shark Daniel Lubetzky.

What are the new 'Shark Tank' products?

Here's a sneak peek at all the products/ pitches featured in the episode:

Brass Roots: Aaron Gailmor, from New Orleans, brings Mardi Gras to the Sharks with a tiny marching band, a song, and flying beads. He tosses necklaces made of his products to the judges as he unveils his superfood-based line, Brass Roots. Brass Roots is a New Orleans-based startup with a mission to deliver nutritious and delicious snacks while also giving back to the community. Their complete line of keto-friendly, plant-based goods includes organic Sacha Inchi Seeds, which are a nutritious and allergen-free source of protein, healthy fats, and fiber that will keep you full all day. Aaron Gailmor, the CEO, launched Brass Roots in 2019 after learning about nutrition through his father's heart issue. His objective was to develop snacks that were both nutritious and enjoyable. Brass Roots was inspired by New Orleans' optimism, tenacity, and community. Aaron currently heads a serious snacking team and lives nearby with his wife (Cassie), two children (Farrah and Cooper), and their dog (Bentley)! You can learn more about the brand's innovative range of snacks here.


Frescos Naturales: Juan Stewart samples Frescos Naturales, his brand of Latino-inspired effervescent drinks, to the Sharks. Juan began selling Rosa de Jamaica at local farmers' markets in 2018. It was a big hit! Juan went out to produce new flavors after confirming people's interest and seeing the vast size and underserved Latinx market. Frescos Naturales presently offers six tastes and has revolutionized the industry by introducing moderate carbonation. Check out this great product line here.


Nopalera: Sandra Velasquez promotes Nopalera, a line of skincare products made from the prickly-pair cactus nopal. The return of Daniel Lubetzky, who has his eye on a certain item, is featured in the upcoming episode of the ABC show. The CEO of Kind was seen applauding Sandra in a social media promo for the work her company is doing to reduce the usage of plastic bottles in lotions.

Sandra will appear on an upcoming episode of 'Shark Tank,' seeking $300,000 in exchange for a 5% interest in Nopalera, a cactus-forward cosmetics line. During her pitch, she mentioned growing up in Southern California with Mexican immigrant parents and seeing cacti everywhere. She went on to say that the plant is quite adaptable, that it can be eaten, that it can be used to manufacture textiles, and that its moisture components benefit the skin and hair. She will be presenting a variety of her products, including soaps, exfoliants, moisturizing bars, and more. Her soap smells excellent, according to the Guest Shark. When he inquires about the moisturizer, she replies that the bars will replace a plastic bottle of lotion. She also mentions that her firm cares about the environment and that its lotions are 70% water.

Daniel said, "Sandra, I love what you just said. I love you. That is like my pet peeve. All these young people that think they’re helping the environment, and they use shampoos and body washes." He continued, "It’s all water, but it’s contained in a plastic bottle. So you’re just buying a bunch of plastic bottles."

You can learn more about Nopalera here.


Nutr: Dane Turk and Alicia Long are hoping for a deal for Nutr, their equipment that allows you to make your own nut milk at home. At the touch of a button, the Nutr Machine produces plant-based milk. Delicious dairy-free milk can now be made fresh at home in minutes. A sleek and small machine that could be as basic as nuts and water to produce a range of milk concoctions. The nut milk maker saves you time, money, trouble, and waste. Check out Nutr here.


'Shark Tank' Season 14, Episode 12 airs on ABC on Friday, January 20, 2023, at 8 pm ET. Catch the latest episode featuring products like Brass Roots, Frescos Naturales, Nopalera, and Nutr.

Missed an episode? Been wanting to catch up? Episodes can also be viewed the next day on demand and on Hulu. Not just that, you can also watch old seasons and episodes on Amazon Prime Video and iTunes.