Tania Green is the founder of PMS Bites, a line of chocolatey balls that are made with herbs and claim to help alleviate PMS symptoms like bloating and cramps. Before the 30-year-old entrepreneurial baker from Boston, Massachusetts pitched her business on Shark Tank (May 20), she ran a Kickstarter campaign and raised more than $8000 so she could perfect her “Plain Crazy” and “All Kind of Nuts” chocolate balls.
One week prior to Green’s appearance on Shark Tank, she told Boston.com that she just signed up Mark Andrus, co-founder of Stacy’s Pita Chips, as a new investor. “He gave some products to one of his friends and she said ‘Oh my God, this makes me feel so much better.'" Green's best bet for a Shark investor is Lori Greiner. Not just because she's a woman but because she knows balls. She's behind the successful ball-shaped Bantom Bagels (now Bagel Bites). At least with PMS Bites, she won't have to change the name. Shark Tank airs Fridays at 9pm on ABC.
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