Mango Mango, Bike pedal-powered superfood store serving acai bowls, smoothies, and more, was started by Ryan Carpenter in 2013. As of October 2023, Mango Mango net worth is $3 million and they’re pulling in a whopping $2.8 million in annual revenue. 

In 2019 they appeared on season 5 of Shark Tank USA seeking $50,000 for 15%  of equity valuing the company at $333,333. But the Sharks didn’t invest in Mango Mango. The sharks felt that it would be difficult to scale the Mango Mango business model. The product is a niche product with a limited market appeal. The sharks also felt that the company’s marketing strategy was too focused on social media and not enough on traditional retail channels.

Mango Mango is still in business as of November 2023. The company sells frozen mango preserves, mango-based drinks, and other mango-related products. Visit their official website for more details. 

Mango Mango Net Worth

Net worth$3 million (2023)
Annual Sales Revenue$2.8 million (2023)
Lifetime sales
FounderRyan Carpenter

Mango Mango Net Worth Timeline

Net Worth 2023$3 million
Net Worth 2022$3 million
Net worth valuation 2013 after appearing on Shark Tank  
Net worth valuation 2013 before appearing on Shark Tank  $333,333

Mango Mango Pitch on Shark Tank

Company nameMango Mango
ProductBike pedal-powered superfood store serving acai bowls, smoothies, and more
EpisodeSeason 05 Episode 02
Founder Ryan Carpenter
Asked for$50,000 for 15% Equity
Final dealNone
Shark None
LocationNational City, California

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Mango Mango Founder

Ryan Carpenter started Mango Mango in 2012. Mango Mango’s founder, Ryan Carpenter, has a net worth of $3 million as of 2023.

Key accomplishments

2019Appeared on Shark Tank season 05
2021Reached $1 million in sales.
2022Launched a new line of mango-based drinks.


From their beginnings on Shark Tank to their current status as a thriving business, they have proven that with the right idea and execution, anything is possible. We can’t wait to see the future for Mango Mango and its continued success.

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