Chicken broth. Chicken stock. What's the difference? And can you use them interchangeably?
If you're making homemade versions, there's a difference - chicken stock starts with more bones, chicken broth starts with more meat. The bones make the stock richer and possibly a darker color if the ones were roasted before using.
But, when you buy in the store, there may not be much of a difference between stock or broth. Your best bet is to try different brands.
When utilizing the two in recipes, choose a mild tasting broth for soup, rice, and potato dishes; opt for a richer, more assertive stock in sauces and gravies.