SECRETS 079 How a family recipe became a thriving brand with Vincent Kitirattragarn of Dang Foods

Standing out on a crowded shelf is difficult for any brand. Disruptive brands find creative ways to gain distribution outside traditional categories. Even more impactful is capturing the shopper’s attention when they first enter the store.

Before I begin, I want to remind you that there’s a free downloadable guide for you at the end of most every episode of my podcast. I will also try to include one easy-to-download, quick-to-digest strategy that you can instantly adopt and make your own, one that you can use to grow sustainable sales and compete more effectively. Remember, the goal here is to help you get your product on more retailers’ shelves and into the hands of more shoppers.

In this episode, we talk about the importance of social media. We also talk about the importance of having a strong digital online strategy to help enhance and grow your brand. Would you like an opportunity to learn from the very best, from Amazon, from Facebook, from Google, and other online platforms? Along with other industry thought leaders in this space, would you like to know how to bake these strategies into your brand’s DNA and propel your growth? I have a special deal just for you.

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Today’s story is about how someone took a family recipe and turned it into a thriving business and how they carved out a unique niche within the retail store, how they were able to get the retailer to help support the growth of their brand. And the reason they did it, the way they did it, was by providing tremendous value, tremendous additional value beyond other brands. They saw an opportunity to help the retailers add profitable dollars to a category that needed a little more flavor, a category that was the gateway to the rest of the store.

Today’s story is about how a young brand saw an opportunity to create a whole new thriving category, a category that was eventually copied by a lot of other brands. They say that the best form of flattery is to have your product copied. What you’re going to hear here in this episode is how this brand innovates to constantly stay ahead of the competition, to constantly remind the retailer that they’re different, that they’re a value-added product on the shelves.

Here’s Vincent with Dang Foods.

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About the Author:

Daniel Lohman, CPSA is Strategic Advisor in the CPG and Organic Industry. His company, Category Management Solutions (CMS4CPG LLC), provides innovative ideas, actionable insights and strategic solutions for companies interested in gaining a significant competitive advantage. He assists companies in expanding their retail distribution and improving their merchandising. His extensive knowledge and expertise reaches far beyond traditional category management and has earned him recognition throughout the industry as an expert, speaker, trainer and thought leader. Daniel can be reached at Connect with me on LinkedIn.

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