Aurora has been a leader in giving back to many charitable and educational programs including Junior Achievement, Connecticut Food Bank, U.S. Veterans of Foreign Wars, Sterling House, Memorial Sloan Kettering, and many more. We believe in making the world a better place – whether it is through healthy product offerings, eco-friendly packaging or charitable contributions.

 

Aurora Supports Charitable and Education-Based Organizations Such As:

Other Charities and Organizations:

  • Connecticut Food Bank
  • ASPCA
  • Sterling House
  • Smile Train
  • Stratford Junior Women’s Club
  • Special Olympics
  • Women Presidents Educational Organization
  • March of Dimes
  • Memorial Sloan Kettering
  • Pyramid Temple Shriners
  • American Cancer Society
  • Junior Achievement
  • Focus on Veterans
  • We Want More
  • Doctors Without Borders

 

Environmentally Driven

Our Recyclable, Post-Consumer RPET Packaging Helps Us Use Less Plastic

We are committed to giving back to the community and doing our part to be as environmentally friendly as possible. Aurora Products is proud of its efforts to be greener and in leading the industry towards a more eco-friendly and environmentally driven business approach.

We actively seek ways to decrease the use of plastic by using packaging made from 100% recyclable RPET (polyethylene terephthalate), derived from partially “post consumer” recycled goods. Plastic made from RPET is considered to be one of the best commodity materials as a barrier to oxygen. Its clarity, inertness, barrier properties and recyclability make it a premium choice for Aurora’s quality product line.

Aurora Products also conserves resources by recycling cooking oil from its nut roasters as bio energy. After roasting our own nuts, used sunflower oil is re-used and converted to fuel for transportation purposes.

In addition, Aurora strives to conserve energy by participating in a voluntary “shutdown” of production during periods of energy overload in the community. We work closely with utility companies by shutting down our facility for a few hours when needed to allow even distribution of electricity to others and to minimize black-outs.