Shark Tank: How did Kendra Bennett name Honey Bunchies? Details examined 2023

This week, Shark Tank season 14 will resume with a new segment. In the upcoming episode, additional businesses and entrepreneurs will attempt to impress the Sharks with their presentations and obtain the necessary funding to advance their businesses.

Honey Bunchies, which is owned by Kendra Bennett, will be featured in the upcoming episode. The refreshment bar Honey Bunchies is named after Kendra’s father’s affectionate moniker for his wife.

ABC will air the next episode of season 14 of Shark Tank on Friday, April 14 at 8 p.m. ET.

Shark Tank season 14 commercials Honey Bunchies were created due to an absent recipe.

According to the website, Honey Bunchies, a honey-based food bar that was created due to a “missing recipe,” will be featured in a forthcoming episode of Shark Tank season 14. According to the website, Kendra’s father attempted to recreate one of her mother’s 35-year-old recipes in 2010, but neither he nor Kendra’s mother knew the precise recipe.

It further adds:

“On a mission to enjoy this amazing snack from the past, Dad spent a solid 3 months toiling in his kitchen, literally counting peanuts, and logging every variation into his journal. When all was said and done, he never quite figured out Mom’s recipe, but he accidentally created Honey Bunchies!”

Honey Bunchies was named after the founder’s moniker for Kendra’s mother, and the signature pollinators are based on a drawing the founder made of his family when he was four years old.

The cast member from Shark Tank season 14 added that her father began the snack business by himself and did everything by himself, including packaging, managing the books, and even pounding on doors with a cash register to see if anyone would be interested in selling Honey Bunchies.

Eventually, her entire family, including herself, her sibling, her mother, her uncle, her cousin, and others, joined the business, working around the clock and holding meetings in her parents’ kitchen.

Honey Bunchies were renamed Bon Bee Honey in April 2023, after the packaging was enhanced in 2020 and a new flavor, Coconut Almond, was added to the Shark Tank season 14 product the following year.

“We are a 50% veteran owned, 50% woman owned family business.”

The nutritional bar is available in packets of six on Amazon, in various stores, and on their website, Peanut Pecan and Coconut Almond are the two varieties of the bar that are gluten-, grain-, and soy-free. Six cartons of the bars can be purchased for $38.99.

In addition to 7 Eleven, King Sompers, Whole Foods Market, Natural Grocers, and HyVee, the impending ABC show merchandise is available at select Kroger locations. The available territories include Florida, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, Wisconsin, Texas, and North Dakota, among others.

Honey Bunchies will be featured in the upcoming episode of Shark Tank season 14 airing on Friday, April 14 at 8 p.m. ET.

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