By Sarah Ludmer, Senior Director, KNA Wellbeing and Regulatory Nearly 30 percent of households in the United States earn less than $35,000 per year. After taxes, that equates to $2,625 in take home pay each month. There’s rent or mortgage to pay, utilities, car payments and, of course, groceries. But this was before the pandemic. … Continue reading Making nourishing foods affordable and accessible for all
Many of my Kellogg colleagues have found creative ways to stay connected while working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, and have a little fun in the process. This includes live cooking demos from my apartment in Chicago.
By: Peter Bakker, President & CEO, World Business Council for Sustainable Development and Steve Cahillane, Chairman & CEO, Kellogg Company With just over 4,000 days until the end of 2030, we must move quickly and collaboratively to achieve the United Nations’ (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that are “of critical importance for humanity and the … Continue reading Every day is an opportunity to scale-up partnerships for healthy people and planet
By: Nigel Hughes, Kellogg Senior Vice President - Research, Quality, Nutrition and Technology Our company’s founder – W.K. Kellogg – was the original wellbeing visionary and founded this company on the then-new scientific understanding of the importance of nutrition and the benefits of a plant-based diet on a broader world. Today, we continue to honor … Continue reading May is Digestive Health Awareness Month
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
By: Craig Thompson, KNA Total Rewards Our son Nathan is like any other six-year-old. He goes to school every day. He likes eating pancakes and ice cream. And reading books. He’s a very happy kid. And really smart. He’s also Autistic – which affects his ability to communicate and interact with others. My wife, Rachel, … Continue reading Helping Nathan Find His Voice