How are you? Doing well sir. How are you? Tell me how things are going at your factory, and if there's something you'd like us to be doing, you think we should be doing -- we could be helpful. Since in March and April, we've been able to introduce almost 50 more product supply into the marketplace. So despite our size, we're doing everything we can to make sure you get product into the hands of our consumers, moms and babies. We've unlocked shifts at the plants, and unlimited overtime, so that we can provide currently 30 percent more to the market. But to dimensionalize that a little bit better, that means we're feeding 200,000 more infants after the recall event than before. But while we have been able to take these measures to increase supply, we -- we are very aware that this is a vulnerable population and we can never -- never take shortcuts on those issues ,and we are not. And I think you're you're nailing it right on the head of the first one, which the mother and infant we have to be most concerned with. But with all the shortages at the market, there are many consumers who are not WIC who are buying their cans. The administration of that program has traditionally been on a very fixed format which works well. So we need greater flexibility in the WIC program, and I I applaud your efforts to create that flexibility for retailers and mothers by making product more available on a wide ranging formats. The other part, and we're grateful actually, for the great partnership with your administration, is getting powder to the WIC states. We've been able to break through and get the powder to them and that's making a meaningful difference, including with hospitals, healthcare providers. Well, thank you very much for your cooperation. Thank you for what you're doing and again, anything along in the next week, month, anything you think we should be doing or not, please call. I'm very appreciative of your time and attention.