Michigan Farmers Enhance Sustainability of 67,000 Acres of Land, Actions Improve Saginaw Bay Watershed Quality

By: Mike Milligan, Farm Manager, Milligan Farms Farming has been an important part of my family for generations. My family farmed in Scotland before we settled in the Saginaw Bay area of Cass City, Michigan, where today I am a fourth-generation farmer managing our 4,000 acre family farm – Milligan Farms. Because of my long … Continue reading Michigan Farmers Enhance Sustainability of 67,000 Acres of Land, Actions Improve Saginaw Bay Watershed Quality

Investment in farmers is an investment in our planet

By: Dayna Gross, Senior Corporate Engagement Advisor, Global Agriculture, The Nature Conservancy Improved water quality, reduced soil erosion, better crop yields, lower carbon footprint – the reasons to equip farmers with the tools they need to adopt sustainable agriculture practices are clear. Another reason: as the world’s population continues to rise, the increased demand for … Continue reading Investment in farmers is an investment in our planet

Kuli Kuli and Kellogg grow sustainability through the moringa tree

By: Lisa Curtis, Kuli Kuli Founder & CEO We all know that planting trees is good for the planet. But what if you could plant a tree that provides protein, calcium, iron and vitamins, all within its leaves? What if you could plant a tree that creates jobs for small farmers in economically impoverished areas? … Continue reading Kuli Kuli and Kellogg grow sustainability through the moringa tree

Responsibly sourced corn at the heart of an iconic brand

By: Kati Kaskeala Corporate Communications and Sustainability Director, Kellogg Europe In recognition of Earth Day, we at Kellogg are celebrating an important milestone on our sustainability journey: our move to using responsibly sourced corn for all Kellogg’s Corn Flakes® sold in Europe.  This means that it’s produced with corn grown and harvested in accordance with environmental and … Continue reading Responsibly sourced corn at the heart of an iconic brand

Protecting the soil for future generations

By: Mary Tate Sr. Manager, Responsible Sourcing At Kellogg Company, the soil that nurtures the grains for our foods is something we care passionately about ­–­­ today and every day. We understand that good food starts from the ground up and we’re committed to nurturing our planet. That’s why we’re passionate about celebrating World Soil … Continue reading Protecting the soil for future generations

Kellogg aims for fully sustainable packaging by the end of 2025

By: Alistair Hirst, Senior Vice President, Global Supply Chain When the first box of Kellogg’s Corn Flakes® cereal was introduced by our company in 1906, it came in 100 percent paperboard packaging, then considered the most environmentally friendly option. That’s because our founder, W.K. Kellogg, didn’t just envision a healthier breakfast option, he also was an … Continue reading Kellogg aims for fully sustainable packaging by the end of 2025

Alistair Hirst Social K Blog: New Changes to Keep Greening our Kellogg Workplaces

By: Alistair Hirst, Senior Vice President, Global Supply Chain As part of Kellogg’s global Earth Day celebrations, I am proud to announce that we are taking additional steps to green our global facilities. Nurturing the planet is a proud part of the Kellogg heritage, going all the way back to W.K. Kellogg, our founder. A … Continue reading Alistair Hirst Social K Blog: New Changes to Keep Greening our Kellogg Workplaces

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