[This is a sponsored article with Winner Foods Consolidated.]
It was the early 1980s, and Madam Loh Ah Heng was a housewife with an entrepreneurial drive. She wanted to earn a side income to give her children a better life and future.
While fast-food fried chicken brands were around at the time, she noticed that fried chicken in the hawker scene was almost non-existent.
The prospects to start…