Steve Cahillane said the breakfast cereal giant – which so far has essentially avoided hiking prices – is finally expecting to crumple amid worsening inflation, lingering supply chain disruptions, a workers’ strike, a plant fire and the war in Ukraine.
Kellogg’s UK has accused the Department of Health and Social Care of allegedly failing to enter into a ‘reasonable conversation’ to consider what the addition of milk or yoghurt would have on the nutritional value of a bowl of breakfast cereal.
The predictive analytics provider told BakeryandSnacks the UK savoury snacks industry stands to lose £381.1m, while the bakery sector is at risk of losing £143.4m should the government’s injunction on advertising products labelled as high in fat, sugar...
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) is considering implementing rules that will see three quarters of breakfast cereals banned from advertising on children’s television programmes, according to the Irish Breakfast Cereal Association (IBCA).
UK consumer advocates Which?, evaluating sugar levels in breakfast cereals, claim manufacturers need to better inform busy parents and other consumers about the ingredients in their cereals, claiming that traffic light labelling is the most blatant way...
Demand for healthy low-fat breakfast cereals with more fibre or fortification with vitamins/minerals and claims pertaining to weight management, are some of the factors stimulating growth in the bakery and cereals market in Asia-Pacific, claims a new...
Food makers need to be alert to nutritional claims as UK
advertising watchdog comes down on number one breakfast cereal
supplier Kellogg's, claiming a recent cinema advertisement for its
Frosties brand was 'misleading'...
Despite repeated pledges to tackle the problem, many of the big
brand breakfast cereals on supermarket shelves in the UK still
contain excessive levels of sugar, salt and fat, according to new
research from the Consumers' Association...
Consumers who choose to start the day with one of the new
generation cereals found on the supermarket shelves today might as
well be eating a slab of chocolate cake, claims UK independent
body, the Food Commission, this week.