Set of non-dairy milk (rice milk, almond milk and oat milk) in glass cups and jug on old aluminum tray with rice grains, oat flakes and almond over old wooden table. Dark rustic style. (Photo by: Natasha Breen/REDA&CO/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

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What Happened To Numilk After Shark Tank?
The brainchild of Joe Savino, Ari Tolwan, and Lennie Friedman, Numilk is a durable machine that can make fresh, creamy almond milk right before a customer's eyes. Although the machine was implemented at several Whole Foods locations, the founders wanted a version that could be used at home.
In March 2021, four years after starting Numilk, Savino and Tolwan appeared on Season 12 of “Shark Tank,” asking for $1 million for 5% equity, and left with a $2 million deal from Mark Cuban. The company also has a Kickstarter page with 888 backers for its in-home product, with a waitlist on Numilk’s storefront for $249.
Since leaving the show, they have introduced Numilk Pro, specifically for restaurants and coffee shops, and the company is expected to be worth $55 million in 2022. However, Numilk announced on Instagram that it will discontinue its in-store machines, so customers will need to use Numilk Home and Numilk Pro.