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Dang Foods Overview

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Berkeley, CA
1 to 50 employees
Company - Private
$10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Dang Foods is a family-run snack company whose purpose is to share our culture for a healthier and more flavorful world. It launched Dang Coconut Chips, the first nationally available brand of coconut chips in the US. Dang is available at more than 10,000 stores nationwide ... Read more

Mission: Our purpose is to share our culture for a healthier and more flavorful world.

We operate with these core values in mind: Work Smart, Clarity, Safety, Play, and Modesty.

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Dang Foods Founder and CEO Vincent Kitirattragarn
Vincent Kitirattragarn
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  • "A+ People, A+ Brand, A+ Experience"

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    Former Intern - Marketing/E-commerce Associate in Berkeley, CA
    Former Intern - Marketing/E-commerce Associate in Berkeley, CA
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    I worked at Dang Foods as an intern (Less than a year)


    This is your quintessential growth-stage natural food brand. The team is super smart and experienced. Be bold. You'll learn a lot, make real contributions, and get to be yourself.


    If you take advantage of the opportunity and culture, their are no cons to working at this company.

    Advice to Management

    Keep letting the whole team collaborate and feel part of big conversations and strategic decisions.

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    Operations Associate Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Difficult Interview


    I applied online. I interviewed at Dang Foods.


    I had one phone screening, then an online test--which, mind you, was absurdly difficult given that this is was an associate's position and the listing did not specify the level of Excel mastery the test required. Perhaps it was aimed at seeing how I respond to stress, but I'll never know.

    I was initially very impressed that the company strived to be fair and give all applicants a chance, and stated that they would speed up the process for me if it was a good fit, as others were actively interviewing as well. It seemed like a lovely company in many ways.

    Honestly, I've never been the sort to leave a negative review, because it seems petty, but I think it's worth saying something. I've never had a company flat-out ignore my application half-way through, two stages in, not even acknowledging that I submitted an hour-long timed assignment.

    If someone makes it to an assignment stage of an interview (i.e., has dedicated unpaid, and, in this case, very stressful work to the process), I really do think the bare minimum in respecting your candidate's time is to respond and say that you will not be moving further with the candidacy.

    I have no qualms with not being the right candidate for the job, but I expected a better process from a company with such strong stated values, and I hope my experience here is an anomaly.

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