Vincent Kitirattragarn // Ep 31 // Creating Dang, the First Asian-American Snack Brand

Welcome to Episode 31 of the Asian Hustle Network Podcast! We are very excited to have Vincent Kitirattragarn on this week's episode.

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Vincent Kitirattragarn is the founder of Dang Foods, the first and only Asian-American snack company. He is a Forbes 30 Under 30 honoree and has won multiple SOFI awards for “Best Snack”. He started the company in 2012 after he told his Thai-Chinese mother about his popup restaurant, and she gave him a recipe for Miang Kum, a Northern Thai dish that requires toasted coconut. Vincent made the dish, tasted the toasted coconut, and then immediately called his family to find more because it tasted so dang good. He then formed a company and named it Dang, after his mother.

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