Next up is The Good Promise seeking $100,000 for 20 percent equity.

The Good Promise aims to make it easy to eat clean by serving up vegetables in a cup. Some of the flavors include veggie burst and carrot ginger.

Kevin O’Leary snaps that “3 out of four tastes like industrial waste.” Daymond John points out his acid reflux and wonders if it’s meant to be a cleanse, which it isn’t.

Social reactions from The Good Promise’s appearance on Shark Tank:

Lori Greiner admits that she doesn’t like the flavor and suggests going back to the table to re-formulate the concoction. She goes out.

Robert Herjavec goes out too for the poor taste. John goes out too. O’Leary goes out as well, again for the taste.

Mark Cuban sees her as taking on too much and goes out.

Final deal: None.

Would you try a pouch of The Good Promise?