BEVERLY HILLS, CA - SEPTEMBER 20:  TV personality Lori Greiner attends the premiere of ABC's "Shark Tank" Season 9 at The Paley Center for Media on September 20, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California.  (Photo by David Livingston/Getty Images)
Where Is Snactiv From Shark Tank Today?
By Stacie Adams
Snacking while using a computer often results in a mess, which was what led Kevin Choi and Edwin Cho to invent Snactiv, a wearable chopstick-like tool that prevents soiled fingers when snacking. They came to "Shark Tank” on Season 13, Episode 10, seeking $200,000 for 10% equity, and made a deal with Kevin Hart and Lori Greiner for $200,000 for 20%.
Since then, there’s been no indication that the deal with the Snactiv team actually went through, with nothing on Greiner’s website nor any further development from Hart. However, despite this setback, Snactiv has continued to be successful, proving that the most popular products are often the simplest in terms of design and execution.
The Snactiv website features bundles that include multiple tools, as well as individual models for sale, and has an active presence on Facebook and Instagram based on recent posts. Shoppers can even pick up a t-shirt designed to look like they had an epic Cheeto session while forgetting to use their Snactiv, which illustrates the irreverent nature of the product.