You Chews Net Worth 2024 Update (Before & After Shark Tank)

You Chews, an online catering platform, was started by Liz Kaelin in 2013. You Chews net worth was $1 million in 2016 based on the Shark Tank deal.

In  2016 June they appeared on Season 02 of Shark Tank Australia and made a deal with Steve Baxter, $125,000 for 12.5% Stake.

As of 2024 January, the company is still in business. You can purchase products through e-commerce channels such as their website.

You Chews Net Worth

Net worth$1 million (When appeared on Shark Tank Show)
Annual Sales Revenue$370,000 (When appeared on Shark Tank)
Lifetime sales
InvestorSteve Baxter
FounderLiz Kaelin 
Employees1-10 employees

You Chews Net Worth Timeline

Net Worth 2024Not Disclosed
Net Worth 2023Not Disclosed
Net Worth 2022$2.25 million
Net worth valuation 2016 after appearing on Shark Tank  $2.5 million
Net worth valuation 2016 before appearing on Shark Tank  $1 million

You Chews Pitch on Shark Tank

Company nameYou Chews
ProductAn online marketplace for workplace catering
EpisodeSeason 02 Episode 08
Founder Liz Kaelin 
Asked for$125,000 for 5% Stake
Final deal$125,000 for 12.5% Stake
Shark Steve Baxter
LocationSydney, New South Wales, Australia

You Chews Founder

You Chews was founded by Liz Kaelin in 2013. She began as a dietitian but realized creating improved food products aligned with people’s taste, budget, and nutrition was the key to helping them eat better. Her passion led her through founding and exiting a tech company to mentoring numerous startup to scale-up founders. You Chews’s founder, Liz Kaelin, has a net worth of 2.25 million USD as of 2024.

Key accomplishments

2016The company appeared on Shark Tank Australia Season 02 and got the deal from Steve Baxter.

The company had made $370,000 in income during its first two years of existence.


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 You Chews and its continued success.

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