What Happened To Cave Shake After Shark Tank?

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"Shark Tank" helps entrepreneurs who are on the brink of success by allowing them to pitch their idea to a team of famous investors. We've seen some of the best kitchen tools and food products come from the show, and back in 2018, Holly Heath and Billie Cavallaro had the chance to get their own product on the list of "Shark Tank" success stories.

The duo pitched Cave Shake, a healthy alternative to a traditional milkshake or dessert shake. The shakes are keto-friendly, vegan, and paleo, as well as gluten-free, dairy-free, and grain-free. Initially, Cave Shake sought a $250,000 investment for 10% equity stake in the company, but none of the sharks were biting. In the end, guest shark Charles Barkley offered Heath and Cavallaro a $250,000 investment for a 20% stake. After a failed attempt to negotiate the equity down to a number the duo was more comfortable with, they accepted the steep offer. With all that being said, where is Cave Shake today?

Cave Shake has a new name

Although securing a deal with Charles Barkley seemed to benefit the keto diet-friendly shake brand, one major thing has changed since Holly Heath and Billie Cavallaro's "Shark Tank" appearance — Cave Shake is now branded as Space Shake. It was initially unclear what led to the name change — be it something already in the works after Robert Herjavek brought up his confusion regarding the Cave Shake branding, or purely an effort to stand out. However, Heath later confirmed the rebranding was one of Barkley's conditions upon them accepting his investment (via Biznob).

Space Shake also took into consideration several other concerns raised by the sharks, such as serving size, flavors, and even packaging. With a single shake containing more than 300 calories prior to "Shark Tank," the revised shakes contain 180 calories. Meanwhile, the company changed its packaging from bulky plastic jars to travel-friendly pouches not unlike those used for Mott's applesauce. At the end of the day, all of these changes seem to have set Space Shake on the right path, but where exactly is that path headed?

Space Shake launched itself into success but has gone quiet

Having dropped its strawberry flavor after "Shark Tank," Space Shakes now come in three flavors: chocolate, vanilla, and coffee. The shakes are available in either six-packs or 12-packs, with the six-pack retailing for $30 and the 12-pack retailing for about $60. You can also purchase variety packs in both sizes if you want to sample each flavor before committing to a single flavor. The shakes are also sold on Amazon, though they are marked as unavailable as of June 2023.

In addition to online availability, Space Shake is in a number of brick-and-mortar stores, including Whole Foods, GreenAcres Market, and Lassens Natural Food and Vitamins. That being said, a majority of these stores are California-based. So your best bet would be to order via the Space Shake website if you are interested in trying this "Shark Tank" product. The website appears to still be up and running, but it's worth noting that none of the company's social media accounts have posted since 2022.