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Mini-Bagel Inventors Succeed With TV Investor Help

February 20, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
One of the entrepreneurs who has succeeded on ABC’s show “Shark Tank” is a Needham, Mass., bagel baker with a unique idea. Elyse Oleksak and her husband founded Bantam Bagels two years ago. Their product is a mini-bagel that can contain sweet or savory fillings, including cheese, meat, “cookies and milk”, and cream cheese. With the help of Shark Tank investor Lori Greiner, Bantam Bagels has grown quickly since 2013, winning publicity (and praise) from the New York Daily News and a listing in Oprah’s “Favorite Things” of 2014.
Jonathan Dame, "Needham native Elyse Oleksak pitches unique bagel business on "Shark Tank"", Needham Times (Massachusetts), February 20, 2015, © Gatehouse Media, Inc
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