As Seen on ABC's Shark Tank

3.6 million viewers tuned into Shark Tank on ABC to see sanaia applesauce founder Keisha Jeremie wow the sharks.

In the end, sanaia applesauce came out of the Shark Tank with a deal from Mark Cuban.

Head over to ABC to watch the replay of sanaia applesauce on Shark Tank.

Media Coverage

Forbes Coverage

“Sanaia is essentially a rebrand of applesauce to make the snack palatable to the age groups between children and the elderly through reimagined packaging and unique flavors.” -Forbes

USA Today Highlights

“Jeremie initially wowed the investors with her no-nonsense pitch for the future of the apple orchard. Taking a page from the reinvention of yogurt, Jeremie looked to market applesauce as an organic health food for adults.” -USA Today

CNBC's Story

“Last Sunday’s “Shark Tank” had its share of tense moments, but the toughest came when judges debated a thorny question many entrepreneurs face: Can you be truly committed to your startup if you haven’t yet quit your job?

The sharks’ debate raises some important points for any entrepreneur balancing passions and responsibilities.

Contestant Keisha Smith-Jeremie came to the sharks with Sanaia, an applesauce targeted to adults.” -CNBC

Inc Magazine Story

“Mark Cuban wants to reinvent the applesauce industry…applesauce startup Sanaia, which sells organic applesauce targeted at adults rather than children.” -Inc.

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sanaia re-imagines what applesauce can be. Applesauce has finally grown up™. Tart green applesauce in 9 exotic flavors that take you to paradise.

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