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Where Is The Frozen Farmer From Shark
Tank Today?
By Nick Johnson
On a farm, damaged, discolored, and disfigured produce is often tossed, but The Frozen Farmer uses them to make its delicious pints of sorbet and ice cream.
Its founder Katey Evans brought the healthy and zero-waste dessert brand to Season 11, Episode 17 of “Shark Tank” and managed to strike a deal with shark Lori Greiner.
Greiner did, however, want Evans to change her brand's pint packaging, which inspired new containers that are more colorful and feature images of fruit in a prominent position.
Additionally, The Frozen Farmer's website now states that the sorbet is “crafted from misfit fruit,” which was inspired by a potential rebrand that Greiner floated during the negotiations.
Besides Greiner's investment, The Frozen Farmer also earned $2.5 million in credit from WSFS Bank and has partnerships with country singer Jimmie Allen and Kroger's racing team.
In 2021, Evans returned to “Shark Tank,” revealing her company had exceeded $1 million in sales, while also receiving praise from Greiner for her hard work.