Walk in with an idea, walk out with a fortune. Recipe developers, product makers and food visionaries earn cold hard cash from industry titans looking to make lucrative investments. But first, they have to convince the consumers.
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Andrew Morgado ...  Narrator 8 episodes, 2015
Robert Earl Robert Earl ...  Himself - Panelist / ... 7 episodes, 2015
Scott Gerber Scott Gerber ...  Himself - Panelist / ... 7 episodes, 2015
Sonia Kapadia ...  Herself - Panelist 6 episodes, 2015
Dan Glickberg Dan Glickberg ...  Himself - Investor 6 episodes, 2015
Willie Degel Willie Degel ...  Himself - Host 5 episodes, 2015
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Walk in with an idea, walk out with a fortune. Recipe developers, product makers and food visionaries earn cold hard cash from industry titans looking to make lucrative investments. But first, they have to convince the consumers.

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9 March 2015 (USA) See more »

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Worst catch-phrase of all time
3 May 2015 | by johnckunichSee all my reviews

FOOD FORTUNES is a reasonably entertaining clone of the far-superior SHARK TANK. The show's charm is, for me, badly marred by the frequent repetition of the all-time worst catch-phrase.

"I will/will not be bringing you to the negotiating table." So many words, so many syllables, and when uttered by Robert Earl in his ponderous, robot-like manner, it wastes about half a minute. What's wrong with owning the Shark-Tank envy and simply saying "I'm in" or "I'm out." Or, if the show must avoid direct copying of that phrase, how about "We'll talk" or "I'm walking." I do enjoy seeing entrepreneurs attempting to live their visions, and some of the ideas are innovative and promising. I just wish they would ditch the truly clunky catch-phrase.


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