Janette Louard, Interim General Counsel, NAACP Economic opportunity. All people want it. Unfortunately, not all people have it. African Americans and other underserved groups face challenging economic realities like poverty, lack of jobs, disproportionately high unemployment, and a lack of affordable housing. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People works every day to … Continue reading NAACP: Corporate partners vital to our fight against racial injustic
Our company and its charitable funds have now committed nearly $4 million in foods and funds to our Better Days partners that support communities worldwide, including areas with school closures where kids rely on breakfast clubs and school meals.
Stepping up to feed people in need.
A Q&A on the role men play in achieving gender equity.
By: Sarah Ludmer, RD, Director, Wellbeing From Kellogg’s company roots to today, we’ve always seen the proactive benefits that fiber, prebiotics and probiotics can have on digestive wellness. That’s why we incorporate these ingredients into many of our foods, including our fiber-filled cereals like the new Hi Happy Inside brand. We also know that there are lots … Continue reading How Kellogg’s cereals fit into a personalized digestive wellness plan
By: Cara Hughes, Senior Director of Sales Baldwin Richardson Foods This February, Kellogg Company is celebrating Black History Month and more than 20 years of supplier diversity – working with companies owned by people with disabilities, those in the LGBTQ community, minorities, veterans and women. Kellogg relies on more than 20,000 suppliers for the ingredients, … Continue reading Kellogg and Baldwin Richardson Foods: A fruitful partnership
When I look at Kellogg, there's a really strong commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Kellogg is committed to inclusion in all aspects of our business. Read this Q&A with the CEO Walton Isaacson.
The King Center recently honored Kellogg with a Salute to Greatness award for our Heart & Soul 2020 global purpose platform, Kellogg's Better Days.
This year, consider simplifying your holiday routine. Skip the elaborate buffets. Pare down your party menus. You might just discover you have the gift of time. -- for people who really need it.