Dang Foods Sampling via #momsmeet

Dang Coconut Chips were launched in 2012 after the founder, Vincent, was
given a recipe from his mother for Miang Kum, a Northern Thai lettuce wrap
that requires toasted coconut. Vincent made the dish, tasted the toasted
coconut, and then immediately called his family in Thailand to find more
because it tasted so good. With that, a new company was born. Vincent
decided to name it Dang after his mother since it was her recipe that
started it all. 

Today, Dang Foods is a family-operated, B-Corp company that has challenged the traditional snack industry by creating the Coconut Chip and Onion Chip categories. Using minimal ingredients, Dang’s products are gluten-free, Non-GMO Project Verified, cholesterol-free, and high in fiber. Ranging from sweet and tangy to savory and spicy, Dang Foods’ innovative flavor profiles appeal to the everyday snack lover as well as the discerning palates of today’s food-savvy, health conscious consumers.


A 3.17oz bag of Dang Coconut Chips retails for $4.99, a 1.43oz bag retails for $2.99, and a 0.7oz bag retails for $1.79.

Where to purchase
Dang Foods’ products are available nationwide in the healthy snack or bulk
foods aisles of over 7,000 stores, including Whole Foods Market, Target,
Publix, Kroger, Sprouts, Natural Grocers, Earth Fare, Fresh Thyme, The
Fresh Market, Safeway, Giant, Stop & Shop, HEB, Meijer, Raley’s, Winco,
Ralph’s, Harris Teeter, Hyvee, Jewel, Hanford, Shaw’s, Market Basket and
more—as well as online retailers Amazon and Thrive Market.

In the spirit of full disclosure, Moms Meet provided samples of Dang for me to try. No payment was given to facilitate my review. This post may contain affiliate linking.