Our Story

In 2011, Chef Genevieve along with daughter Caroline embarked on an entrepreneurial journey to create frozen gluten free Asian meals and so Thai Feast frozen brand foods was born. Back then, the term “gluten free” was still new and our vision was to create gluten free food that would help others feel and live a better and healthier life.

Recently, we created a line of healthy vegan food powder mixes in various Asian flavors. These mixes were developed with the health conscious in mind and without the worry of added allergens and animal by-products. Just like you, we want there to be healthier food selections that is easy to prepare. Having the convenience of preparing an authentic healthy meal for the whole family right from your own kitchen, you can’t ask for anything better than that.

 

Feast Healthy,
Genevieve Vang & Caroline Vang- Polly, Co-founders

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Biographys

Genevieve

Genevieve Vang – Cofounder & Creator

Genevieve Vang’s culinary journey began as a little girl in Laos during the Vietnam War. Growing up in dreadful refugee camps, there were times when even a mere sugar cube was enough to bring a smile to her face. Years later, when Genevieve’s family moved to Thailand, she became instantly captivated by the exotic tastes and flavors of the local cuisine. Thai food turned into a way for young Genevieve to create happier memories while simultaneously enjoying some of the most unique and delicious flavors in the world.

From there, she honed her culinary skills in France, and then moved on to Dearborn, Michigan to start her award winning restaurant, Bangkok 96. Throughout the entire journey, Genevieve’s love for food has kept her strong, vibrant, and healthy.

Caroline

Caroline Vang – Cofounder & Operation Manager

Caroline is a foodie and loves networking with other aspiring entrepreneurs. Her greatest joy is being a mom and cooking for friends and family. Besides her love for cooking she manages to fit in her other love which is photography. Caroline is closely following in her mother’s footsteps and hopes to publish her own healthy Asian style cooking book.