Phuong Nguyen for NPR
For many of us, chicken salad is just another sandwich filling, but Stacy Brown turned it into a $75 million business.
In 2007, she was a divorced mother of three looking for a way to make ends meet. So she started making chicken salad in her kitchen and selling it out of a basket, door-to-door.
She eventually turned that home operation into Chicken Salad Chick, a chain that now has close to 150 locations in the U.S.
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