This is a picture of the big machine that takes our revolutionary probiotic powder and puts it into little pouches. It’s in a clean room, so Wen was wearing a plastic covering over her head when she took this picture. So was I, except I rocked that thing.
We had quite the drama yesterday. We got a crazy phone call first thing in the morning from the packing people who claimed that our powder was too fluffy to pack. Which is just crazy talk. So we had to run out there to see it, meet the production people and see what was what.
It turns out that when the powder is stirred, it gets fluffy, but the key is to wait a while for the powder to settle. Wen figured that out, which is why she’s in charge. She’s still wearing her pretty head covering.
But as of this morning, all the Orange Mango was done, and the packing people were working on the Berry. They expect to finish the Berry this afternoon followed by the Sport and tomorrow they finish the Green Tea. So we are back on track production wise.
In other news, our stock symbol has changed to “ADIA”. So if you punch that into your quote screen, you can see where we’re trading (2.5 cents per share). Hopefully, this is the little acorn that becomes the mighty oak. Or put another way, hopefully we grow VIRALLY!! (Bacterially?).
Ape was over at Sports Club LA yesterday, which is really a trendy health club in Irvine. She’s been spending a lot of time at these yuppie health clubs, and she’s doing a great job. Except she hasn’t got us free memberships, so that’s her goal for this week. Because if someone ever needed a free membership at a gym, it’s me.
We had our last holiday party last night. It was great, and it’s great that it’s over. Now I need to recover, and I need to sleep for about 16 hours to feel normal again. I have so much ridiculous work to do that I can’t see straight.
Here’s today’s article:
It’s a discussion about how the first complex cell might be an accidental byproduct of a bacterial invasion. It’s interesting. Kind of.
Have a great Tuesday everyone!