August is the month of the color blue! วันแม่ (Whun Mae) Thai Mother’s Day is on the 12th August, following Her Majesty Queen Sirikit’s birthday. The Queen was born on Friday, hence blue decorations are put up around town throughout the month. Following the Thai tradition, children kneel down before their mothers to give white jasmine flower garlands, representing their love and gratitude. White jasmine flowers are symbolic of mother’s pure and eternal love. Visit Thailand in August if blue is your favorite color!

Be surprised by the HEAPS of Blue in the box!

watermelon and lemonade flavored candy
Watermelon & Lemon Candy

The best candy to freshen you up in the summer. It’s a new flavor that combines the sweetness from watermelon with sourness from lemonade. This classic candy brand has been around for over 100 years!

Main ingredients: sugar, glucose syrup

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Zea max grilled fish snack
Crispy Grilled Fish

Thai people relate fish with healthy food. Therefore, this grilled fish snack is popular for its high protein and calcium contents. Additionally, its innovative manufacturing process of oil-free grilling further ticks the box for a healthier snack alternative.

Main ingredients: fish meat, seasoning, wheat flour, sugar, salt

Allergens: fish, wheat, shellfish, soybeans

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Fish snack is Thai people's favorite savory snack
Fish Snack

This guilt-free fish snack is made from sustainably sourced Thai fish. It is high in protein, rich in Omega 3,5 and 9, and fat-free! This is the classic go-to snack for weight-watchers.

Main ingredients: fish meat, tapioca starch, wheat flour, sugar, iodized salt, seasoning

Allergens: soybeans, wheat flour, corn, eggs

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coconut chips
Coconut Chips

The perfect tea-time snack with an aromatic coconut smell. Traditionally, this snack comes in rolls called “Thong Muan” (Crispy Coconut Rolls), but is quite difficult to eat on-the-go. But, this chips come conveniently in bite-size, perfect for sharing!

Main ingredients: coconut milk, tapioca starch, sugar, rice flour, egg, potato starch, taro, salt, black sesame

Allergens: eggs, soybean, sesame

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dried green mango
Dehydrated Green Mango

As a country with an abundance of tropical fruits, Thai people have various ways to preserve the fruits for year-round consumption. Sour mangoes are shredded into strips and dried before coating with sugar which can be kept for over a year! The sweet and sour taste will freshen up your day!

Main ingredients: mango, cane sugar, citric acid, ascorbic acid

Allergens: (contains sulfites)

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potato chips with ketchup
French Fries & Ketchup

Ever feel like having french fries that stay crispy even it gets cold? This on-the-go french fries snack is very convenient and comes with ketchup inside! These french fries will not wilt and you can enjoy it anytime, anywhere.

Main ingredients: potato, wheat flour, palm oil, sugar, iodized salt

Allergens: wheat

May contain: shellfish, eggs, fish, peanuts, soybeans, milk

butterfly pea flower tea
Butterfly Pea Flower Tea

◊ Special OTOP item ◊

In every Thai schools’ science classes, teachers will mention about Butterfly pea flower when teaching about acids and bases. The flower has a distinctive color-changing property that when in acid, the blue color changes to purple, making a gorgeous color-changing tea.

Main ingredients: green tea, butterfly pea, honey

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coconut crackers
Coconut-flavor Crackers

Add an Asian twist to your ice cream next time with this coconut flavored crackers! We recommend adding a scoop of vanilla ice cream in between these crackers to make the classic ice cream sandwich!

Main ingredients: wheat flour, sugar, vegetable fat, coconut oil, dessiccated coconut, glucose syrup, milk powder, raising agent, iodized salt, egg powder

Allergens: wheat, milk, eggs, soybeans, milk, tree nuts, peanuts

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chocolate coated milk flavored biscuit
Milk-flavored Chocolate Coated Biscuit

This classic chocolate-coated biscuit has been around in Thailand since 1975 and is known by every Thai kids. Funnily, the brand is called “Sanghai” after Shanghai city in China, which has led to its competitior naming its product “Beijing”!

Main ingredients: palm fat, sugar, whey powder, shortening, wheat flour, tapioca starch, calcium

Allergens: milk, wheat, soybeans

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cream cake with milk filling
Cream Cake

One of the first bakery snacks in Thailand is crowned by the brand “Euro”. Started with its custard filled cake which has been around for over 20 years! There are various fillings, such as melon and pandan cream. The cake is perfect on-the-go as a little sweet indulgence.

Main ingredients: eggs, glucose syrup, palm oil, wheat flour, powdered milk, sugar, condensed milk

Allergens: wheat flour, eggs, milk, soybeans

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squid flavored crispy snack
Squid-flavor Snack

A Thai snack with a Japanese name (The brand is called “Arigato” which means Thank you in Japanese) ! However, this savory and slightly spicy snack is nothing like soft and mild Japanese treats! The shape of a cuttlefish will remind you of the sea!

Main ingredients: wheat flour, tapioca flour, cuttlefish, palm oil, sugar, salt

Allergens: wheat, shellfish, soybeans

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