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Amazon has 3.17oz Dang Gluten Free Toasted Coconut Chips (Lightly Salted) for $2.54 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks ssddealer

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Edited August 24, 2016 at 08:02 AM by wuzzy
Dang Gluten Free Toasted Coconut Chips, Lighltly Salted, Unsweetened, 3.17 Ounce Bags

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  • Contains 1 - 3.17 Ounce Bag
  • Heart-healthy benefits of coconut oil
  • Vegan, Gluten Free, Non-GMO
  • Good Source of Fiber; No Cholesterol; Higih in Lauric Acid
  • It makes a nice addition to trail mix, yogurt or salads
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I like them. They are sweet, very crunchy with somewhat of a caramel note. I use them in my homemade trail mix. The local Big Lots near me (Gaithersburg, MD) had several flavors for $1.25 per 3oz bag.
Dang, that sucks.
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I'd love to try these since my last name is Dang, but I'm allergic. Frown

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Dang?
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Has anyone tried these?
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I like them. They are sweet, very crunchy with somewhat of a caramel note. I use them in my homemade trail mix. The local Big Lots near me (Gaithersburg, MD) had several flavors for $1.25 per 3oz bag.
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Quote from hotdealdave View Post :
I like them. They are sweet, very crunchy with somewhat of a caramel note. I use them in my homemade trail mix. The local Big Lots near me (Gaithersburg, MD) had several flavors for $1.25 per 3oz bag.
so this is nearly double the price?!
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These are actually $4.99 at wholefoods, so it's a "bargain," depending on how you look at it.
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Quote from sweethoneybee85 View Post :
Has anyone tried these?
This is one of my best snacks it tastes so good
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Quote from Nblufire12 View Post :
so this is nearly double the price?!
I haven't seen them at BigLots, but $1.25 would definitely be a good price for these! Big Lots, as you probably know, is a "close-out" type of store where they will often get a batch of discontinued items, maybe a different flavor, or packaging, or sometimes excess production, etc. They might have a good product at a great price for a few weeks, and then you'll never see it again. Fun to shop at if you like that sort of thing, but definitely YMMV.

I did try these recently -- got them at Target on clearance. Not sure about the price, I think it was originally either 2.99 or 3.99, and I got it for 50% off on clearance, so $1.49 or 1.99, sorry, can't remember which. I was a bit hungry and I looked at the ingredients and the description and figured I'd give one a try. Once I got back to the car and opened it I was really pleased -- I think they are great! They have some sweetness but not overly-so. They were from a SouthEast Asian country, again, sorry, can't remember if it was Thailand or something else. I feel they are an example of a good-quality new food products coming from that region. A type of snack item that was probably popular there and someone decided to import them to the US to introduce a new type of product. They were not from China -- I try to avoid food products from China.
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These were part of the dried fruits Amazon sample, and really tasty for only having 3 ingredients
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Quote from pmarin View Post :
I haven't seen them at BigLots, but $1.25 would definitely be a good price for these! Big Lots, as you probably know, is a "close-out" type of store where they will often get a batch of discontinued items, maybe a different flavor, or packaging, or sometimes excess production, etc. They might have a good product at a great price for a few weeks, and then you'll never see it again. Fun to shop at if you like that sort of thing, but definitely YMMV.

I did try these recently -- got them at Target on clearance. Not sure about the price, I think it was originally either 2.99 or 3.99, and I got it for 50% off on clearance, so $1.49 or 1.99, sorry, can't remember which. I was a bit hungry and I looked at the ingredients and the description and figured I'd give one a try. Once I got back to the car and opened it I was really pleased -- I think they are great! They have some sweetness but not overly-so. They were from a SouthEast Asian country, again, sorry, can't remember if it was Thailand or something else. I feel they are an example of a good-quality new food products coming from that region. A type of snack item that was probably popular there and someone decided to import them to the US to introduce a new type of product. They were not from China -- I try to avoid food products from China.
This is correct, they're from a US-based company that sources the products from Thailand.
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I'd love to try these since my last name is Dang, but I'm allergic. Frown
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I'd love to try these since my last name is Dang, but I'm allergic. http://i.slickdeals.net/images/smilies/frown.gif
Dang, that sucks.
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i have the chill lime before, they are tasty.
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ick. The unsweetened ones are super bland. The salted carmel, chili lime and original with coconut sugar are all delicious but unfortunately not included in the deal.
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