PPN director Kate Save, who also co-founded BE Fit Food, has appeared on Channel 10’s small business investment show Shark Tank, securing a $300,000 investment in the process.
Boost Juice founder Janine Allis, who was the successful ‘shark’ who funded the company, said of Kate and business partner, bariatric surgeon Dr Geoff Draper, “I’m actually buying you because I really love what you’re doing and if I can help get this out there, because it is a real problem, then I’d be really happy.”
BE Fit Food meals are developed by dietitians and are made fresh in a commercial kitchen by professional chefs, sealed fresh and delivered to your home. It is healthy, convenient, real food.
To read more about BE Fit Food’s appearance on Shark Tank, visit one of the links below.
After a “nerve wracking” pitch, healthy meals business Be Fit Food lands a $300,000 deal – smartcompany.com.au