Butter Sprayer a Hit on ‘Shark Tank’
October 20, 2016,
AUSTIN, Texas-Thanks to its appearance on “Shark Tank,” the biem Butter Sprayer from Brevda Inc. is on course to become a mainstream product in people’s kitchens.
The product innovation was demonstrated on the Oct. 14 episode of the ABC-TV series by Doug Foreman, Brevda’s founder. It won a $500,000 investment from Lorie Greiner, the entrepreneur, inventor and one of the “Sharks” on the show.
The biem Butter Sprayer allows users to convert a stick of butter from solid to liquid spray in seconds. The device is made with a proprietary touch-controlled design and a motion-detecting technology, and does not use any chemical propellants. It is targeted at home cooks who don’t want to use margarine or artificial and flammable nonstick cooking sprays.
Doug Foreman on “Shark Tank”
The biem is set to ship to consumers in mid-November.
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