Looking to go vegan but not sure you'll find suitable substitutes for the food you love? Umaro is here to change that.

The brand offers 100% plant-based bacon made from seaweed.

This bacon is nutritious, but it is also good for the planet!

But now, the question is, will Umaro be able to bag a deal with Mark Cuban, Lori Greiner, Kevin O'Leary, Emma Grede and Robert Herjavec?

Umaro founders Beth Zotter and Amanda Stiles walked on to the show, hoping to score a $500,000 for 2% equity in their company.

With impressive backgrounds and the fact that both were on the mission to help save the planet, Umaro is the first and only company to commercialize seawood protein.

They also had multiple patents pending and even though they were still improving their product,

they were already in talks with two restaurants about opting for vegan bacon, among other deals.

The cost of goods was $7, and they were looking to bring it down to $5.30. While Umaro is still in the prototype stage, having only created the first 500 pieces, the brand was already looking to venture into breakfast meats and cured meats.

Kevin O'Leary noted they were out to 'reinvent the wheel', and the other sharks were on the same page.

While Emma Grede and Rober Herjavec were both impressed with the women, they backed out early on.

However, O'Leary was quick to make them an offer for 8% equity.