Liv Sain’s growing gourmet pickle business is the real dill

Olivia Sain has experienced a lifetime of challenges in just 35 years.

After losing her father unexpectedly in 2012 when she was 23, Sain went through a period of time where she felt lost, eventually becoming depressed and turning to alcohol to numb the pain. She went through detox twice, and, after finishing, had to figure out what she wanted to do with her life. So, she decided to make pickles.

“I researched the pickle industry and discovered that 20 billion pickles are eaten every year,”…

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