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

3rd Gen. Idaho Farmer Uses New Practices to Farm for the Future

Meet Scott. Scott is a third-generation farmer in Shelley, Idaho. His 3,500-acre farm grows crops such as potatoes and soft white winter wheat. Scott grew up on this farm and learned the trade from his father. He now manages 12-40 employees – including his four sons – who work on the farm.Scott is a part … Continue reading 3rd Gen. Idaho Farmer Uses New Practices to Farm for the Future

Innovation is key to sustainably produced grains for American families

By: Matt Rezac, Nebraska Corn and Soybean Farmer Just south of the mighty Platte River lie acres of Nebraska farmland so productive that some call it “God’s Country.” It’s among these fertile tracts that I, with my wife Tina and my two boys, raise corn and soybeans. These ingredients go into the food we all … Continue reading Innovation is key to sustainably produced grains for American families

Woman continues family rice-growing tradition

Marisol’s family has been growing rice for several generations in Northeast Spain, the place where the Ebro River meets the Mediterranean Sea. Raised in a small house, locally known as barranquita, it was her godfather’s love for the rice fields that inspired her to continue the family’s rice-growing tradition. She grew up driving tractors, taking … Continue reading Woman continues family rice-growing tradition