Monthly Archives: April 2009

In a rut? Try new fruits and vegetables

Excerpts from a 4/28/09 Houston Chronicle article by Chris Rosenbloom The average supermarket carries about 40,000 products, yet many people are stuck in a rut, eating the same food week after week. Georgia State University nutrition students challenged fellow students … Continue reading

 

Taken away

I heard my boss call 911 and knew an ambulance was coming for a good friend at work. He has a history of heart problems so it wasn’t that surprising. Knowing the guy, I knew he hated the fuss. So … Continue reading

 

Marketers expect tropicals to hold their own

Excerpts from a The Packer article published on 04/24/2009 by Abraham Mahshie The excitement, flavor and cultural connection to the tropical fruit category are all reasons that grower-shippers say the category will continue to grow despite a down economy. Tropicals … Continue reading

 

Question 3 of your FAQs:

What happened to Ursiline?Adding to the corporate cultural quirks, no AT&Ter asked the question for the answer is a given. That’s because during AT&T’s heyday in the 90’s there were over 120,000 employees in the state of New Jersey.* NJ’s … Continue reading

 

Bring your child to work day

Here are just a few of the visitors we had on ‘Bring your child to work day.’ From left to right– Alex, son of Deanna Obana-Garcia of Sales– Kyle, son of Bill Brindle of Sales– G’anna, daughter of Sue Garcia … Continue reading