Women’s Equality Day: Recognizing a True D&I Champion

By: Gary Pilnick and Norma Barnes-Euresti Kellogg Company is more than a business. We are a company with heart and soul, driven by a diverse and inclusive community of passionate people making a difference. As Kellogg Vice Chairman, I firmly believe people must be our competitive advantage and we must nurture a culture that fosters … Continue reading Women’s Equality Day: Recognizing a True D&I Champion

Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Treats®: Sharing the Love this Back-to-School Season

By: Kris Bahner, Senior Vice President, Global Corporate Affairs Research shows nothing prepares kids more for going back to school than love and support. And, at Kellogg Company, we understand that every child is unique in how they express and receive love. This back-to-school season, Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Treats® is continuing its commitment to love … Continue reading Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Treats®: Sharing the Love this Back-to-School Season

Mary E. Barber and Kellogg’s nearly century-long commitment to wellbeing

Kellogg is the food industry’s original wellbeing company and nearly a century ago, made a bold and innovative move to become one of the first food companies to hire a dietitian. In 1923, the company hired Registered Dietitian Mary E. Barber, to establish one of the industry’s first professional home economics departments. Barber developed recipes … Continue reading Mary E. Barber and Kellogg’s nearly century-long commitment to wellbeing

Kellogg’s History of Supporting Our Veterans

By: Alinda Arnett, Manager Corporate Records & Archives As Kellogg Company’s Manager of Corporate Records & Archives, I am fortunate to maintain and preserve the company’s deep and fascinating history. Our founder, W.K. Kellogg, laid the foundation for how we run our business and how we fulfill our purpose to nourish families so they can … Continue reading Kellogg’s History of Supporting Our Veterans

A first-hand perspective on National Farmer’s Day

Today is National Farmer’s Day − the day we recognize farmers for their hard work and commitment to providing our food. We’re asking Rita, a fifth-generation farmer, who grows wheat for some of our cereals, a few questions about life on the farm. Rita grew up on her parent’s Michigan farm and today, plays a … Continue reading A first-hand perspective on National Farmer’s Day