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A True Partner In Pride

The Kellogg Company celebrates Pride Month by focusing our people and our partners By Cori Krajewski, Kellogg, National Co-Chair, Kpride & Allies  Kellogg’s founder, W.K. Kellogg, once said “I’ll invest my money in people.” It’s why Kellogg established the employee resource groups K-Pride & Allies, which is a volunteer-led effort inside the company to raise … Continue reading A True Partner In Pride

Better together: Walgreens, Kellogg donation to United Way enables real impact

By Pam Puerto, Giving Officer, United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey (UWGPSNJ) is on a mission to reduce poverty and expand opportunity for all. UWGPSNJ funds nonprofit organizations and creates bold solutions that break the cycle of poverty – the kind of poverty … Continue reading Better together: Walgreens, Kellogg donation to United Way enables real impact

Festival Foods, Kellogg match raises $20,000 for Wisconsin food pantries

By Brian Stenzel, Senior Community Involvement Director, Festival Foods    A matching gift partnership between Festival Foods and Kellogg has raised $20,000 for Wisconsin food pantries! Festival Foods began Food for Neighbors in 2004 to offer shoppers an easy way to support food pantries by donating $5 or $10 right at the checkout. In addition, Kellogg … Continue reading Festival Foods, Kellogg match raises $20,000 for Wisconsin food pantries

World Food Day competition reminds me that we’re stronger together

By Sherry Williamson, Vice President, Global Quality and Food Safety, National Co-Chair, Kellogg African American Resource Group Diversity and inclusion are among Kellogg’s greatest strengths. Our company has eight Business Employee Resource Groups (B/ERGs), each with their own focus. I co-chair Kellogg’s African American Resource Group (KAARG), which provides all employees with an opportunity to … Continue reading World Food Day competition reminds me that we’re stronger together

South Africa team creates Better Days one bag at a time

By Enoch Mazibuko, Manufacturing Manager, Springs Plant, South Africa At our plant East of Johannesburg, we are reminded every day about the power of food. We work hard to make and distribute Kellogg products that delight people throughout South Africa. But, as I watch thousands of packages roll off our production lines each day, I’m … Continue reading South Africa team creates Better Days one bag at a time

13 million meals provided through retail partnerships in 2020

By Stephanie Slingerland, Senior Director, Philanthropy and Social Impact We have a lofty goal at Kellogg: To create Better Days for 3 billion people by the end of 2030. It’s part of our Better Days purpose platform addressing food security worldwide, which shifted into overdrive this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Children have been … Continue reading 13 million meals provided through retail partnerships in 2020

Why Kellogg’s enhanced Human Rights Strategy matters more than ever

By Amy Senter, Chief Sustainability Officer During the recent United Nations Annual Forum on Business and Human Rights, two main themes emerged: COVID-19 and climate change. But a third, sobering fact was also presented – the COVID-19 pandemic has undone many of the human rights gains that companies have made in recent years. And female … Continue reading Why Kellogg’s enhanced Human Rights Strategy matters more than ever

Instacart customers! You can help Kellogg give back this December

By: TJ Hanel, Senior Manager, E-Commerce The holiday season is upon us. A time spread goodwill and cheer. And we’re providing an easy way people to do just that this December with our friends at Instacart. From December 4 through December 18, we will donate 10 meals (up to 400,000 meals) to No Kid Hungry … Continue reading Instacart customers! You can help Kellogg give back this December

Yes, there is a World Soil Day – and here’s why it matters

By Kate Schaffner, Manager, Sustainable Agriculture As a plant-based food company, Kellogg knows that healthier crops start with healthy soil. Healthy, living soil nurtures the grains we use for our foods, of course, but it’s bigger than that. Healthy soils help keep freshwater clean, protect against drought, restore biodiversity, and even store carbon that would … Continue reading Yes, there is a World Soil Day – and here’s why it matters

Why would a 9-year-old start a food drive? His mother explains…

By Nicholl Salamone, Swedesboro, N.J. Editor’s note: Rocco Salamone saw a statistic on the back of a Frosted Mini-Wheats box that said 1 in 7 children in America suffer from hunger. So, he started a six-week food drive in his New Jersey community called the “Hunger Reliever Team” that attracted hundreds of donations from families … Continue reading Why would a 9-year-old start a food drive? His mother explains…

Our new Vision and Purpose is uniquely Kellogg, crafted just for you

By Steve Cahillane, Chairman & CEO, Kellogg Company This is a big moment. I’d like to introduce Kellogg’s new Vision and Purpose, the culmination of a nearly year-long process to capture who we are and where we’re headed as a company. Our new Vision: A good and just world, where people are not just fed but … Continue reading Our new Vision and Purpose is uniquely Kellogg, crafted just for you