Latoya Moppins and Her Son Eric Were Homeless So She Decided To Start a Business Selling Pickles and It Changed Everything.

Latoya says they might still be living on the streets, if not for one crazy decision.
“It saved my life. It really did. It saved my kid's life,” she said.
After getting a small job and low-income housing, Latoya invested everything she had into the most unlikely business.
“Pickles!” she exclaimed from her store in Dallas.

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At first, though, she never even planned on having a pickle business. She only made flavored pickles at home, for her kids, until one day her son said she should sell them.
“I lost my job, I didn’t have any money, I barely had a piece of car, but I had pickles,” said Latoya. “It saved me. It saved us.”
Today, she can relish in pickle success.
She has her own house, a steady paycheck. Plus a loyal, and growing, fan base.

Latoya says she’s never had more fun in her life, but she also hasn’t forgotten where she came from. Which is why a lot of the money she brings in, she gives right back.
Latoya recently started a non-profit called Angels With Open Arms with the goal of one day ending homelessness in North Texas.
“I know what it’s like to eat out of trash cans,” she said. “So for me, living that, I would be selfish to have a business and not give back something.”

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