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Cinnaholic Dives Into 'Shark Tank,' Airing Friday May 9

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Cinnaholic, the all-vegan bakery known for its creative cinnamon rolls, recently announced their plans of franchising their Berkley, California-based eatery, hoping to expand nationwide. This Friday, May 9th, Cinnaholic founders, Florian and Shannon Radke will appear on ABC’s “Shark Tank,” with the hopes of earning more financial support to reach that goal.

“When we first began to conceptualize Cinnaholic in 2010, never in our wildest dreams did we imagine our vegan cinnamon rolls receiving such national exposure and adoration,” said Radke. “By going on Shark Tank, we are hoping to expand our business and bring our delicious vegan offerings to consumers nationwide.” 

Cinnaholic’s pastries are already wildly popular with vegans and non-vegans, both near and far. The bakery has a mail order program that ships their sweet treats across the country. The Radkes anticipate their appearance on “Shark Tank” will increase their visibility, and they hope the sharks will recognize their popularity and help them reach their franchise goals. And we hope so, too!

Tune in and see how they do this Friday, May 9th on ABC.

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