Newsletter

In The News This Month – October 2021

October is often associated with Halloween activities and Fall Festivals. We usually think of pumpkins and much to many people’s annoyance… pumpkin spice everything! But did you know October is National Apple Month? We also celebrated National Farmers Day on October 12…

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In The News This Month – August 2021

I recently read somewhere that 2022 is only 4 months away. It feels like we’re still processing 2020, how is 2021 almost over? Did anything change in 2021? In my opinion, some things have remained as unpredictable as ever, but obviously some things have changed for the better. Vaccinations continue to roll out…

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In The News This Month – July 2021

Summer is flying by, and retailers are beginning to be inundated with back-to-school shoppers. Parents Pinterest pages are filling up with packed lunch ideas, while some are dreading the task altogether. In the spirit of preparing packed meals for both a return to school and a return to the office, it was great to see headlines about eggs’ unique…

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In The News This Month – June 2021

When we think of innovation we usually think in terms of complex and expensive technology. However, the definition of innovation is simply the action or process of innovating, a new method, idea, product, etc. We have been reading a lot about how the pandemic has created a need for innovation…

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In The News This Month – May 2021

As the summer fast approaches many are finally considering travel this year. For some home-bound travelers yearning for a vacation, the question is not whether to book, but when. According to a recent survey, 87% of American travelers are expected to take a trip this summer…

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In The News This Month – April 2021

Summer is around the corner and it’s time to serve up your favorite egg dish for that healthy dose of protein and antioxidants that you need to get beach ready! It’s May, which means it is National Egg Month…

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In The News This Month – March 2021

It’s Spring! The season after winter and before summer, where vegetation begins to appear, plants and trees begin to grow, and flowers start to bloom. It is often described as a time of rebirth…

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In The News Week – March 4, 2021

In some ways it feels like the last year would never end, but at the same time it is hard to believe that it was only one year ago that the U.S. was facing the beginning of the global pandemic. A year ago, the Aeros Newsletter…

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In The News Week – February 18, 2021

As we all enjoyed the 3-day holiday weekend, let’s not forget we were not only celebrating a day for love and friendship but a celebration to honor the lives of all U.S. presidents. Presidents Day, first celebrated as a federal holiday in the 1880’s…

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In the News Week – February 4, 2021

It is hard to believe we are already a month into 2021. Many of us were happy to say good-bye to a very unusual 2020 and welcome 2021 with open arms. But how much will change this year, or will it simply be an extension of 2020?

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In the News Week – January 8, 2021

As 2020 ended and 2021 began, I started thinking of how to write this week’s editorial.  How could I put this year into perspective?  Our work life changed, our social life changed, and our eating and shopping habits changed.  Our entire lives have changed.

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In the News Week – December 18, 2020

While the holiday season goes into full swing a lot of us are still glued to our news channels watching as the COVID-19 vaccine begins to arrive throughout the United States. With its arrival, many of us are questioning how soon we will see an end to the effects of this pandemic.

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In the News Week – December 3, 2020

While researching the recent news, I found disturbing headlines such as these:
A natural disaster … in all 50 states is unfolding just as travelers disperse nationwide after Thanksgiving
26 states set hospitalization records just last week
Professor says the problem is people not having the income to purchase basics, including food

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In The News Week – November 12, 2020

Trade. With the election behind us, Mary Kay Thatcher, senior lead for federal government relations at Syngenta, thinks that Biden will likely take a more cautious approach on trade and any new trade agreements.  She expects Biden to be aggressive on China, but in a way that also brings more of a coalition.

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In The News Week – October 22, 2020

From October 6th through 9th, I attended the Urner Barry Virtual Executive Conference and Global Protein Summit.  I attended most on-demand breakout sessions and each morning’s keynote speaker.

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In The News Week – September 30, 2020

The editorial in this addition of In The News is not regarding recent news. It is news that I have not publically shared to date.  I intentionally left time for families to grieve and for Aeros staff to process our losses….

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