As Kellogg Co. moves forward with spinning out its $2.7bn iconic cereal business under the new WK Kellogg Co., it is embracing a three-prong strategy that will enable it to rebuild market share lost in recent years and seize a larger portion of the $10.4bn...
Kellogg’s “stronger than anticipated” first quarter in which the company saw double-digit organic net sales and adjusted operating profit growth not only places the company in the “enviable position” of raising its full year guidance, but suggests it...
For now, the Kellogg Co. believes it can still hit its full year profit targets – but executives warn it may be a close call as an ongoing strike at US cereal facilities drags on, compounding already challenging supply-chain and inflationary challenges...
Over the next three years, Kellogg Company wants to invest $45m to boost production of and better position for long-term success its ready-to-eat cereal business, which has bumped up against capacity restraints in recent months as consumer demand has...
Kellogg Company is collaborating with farmers in Spain, Italy, and the UK to encourage a transition towards more regenerative agricultural systems, says Dave Fitzgerald, Head of Responsible Sourcing at Kellogg Europe.
With the COVID-19 crisis highlighting their vulnerability to external shocks, food and beverage companies are set to increasingly diversify their supply chains and locate production closer to their markets.
The Kellogg Company has confirmed it will phase out the use of controversial agri-chemical glyphosate as a drying agent in its wheat and oat supply by 2025. The company said this is part of its ongoing commitment to ‘sustainable agriculture’ and pesticide...
Kellogg is reportedly in talks to buy Kettle Chips and Emerald nuts maker Diamond Foods in a deal that could be valued at around $1.5bn and further increase Kellogg’s presence in the snacking category as the ready-to-eat cereals market continues to struggle.
The Kellogg Company has pledged to source fully traceable palm oil by the end of next year, a move that has been welcomed by NGOs that have been fighting for the cereal giant to change its policies for months.
Kellogg cannot shirk its palm oil responsibility by deflecting attention to its supplier, says RAN following a statement from Kellogg calling for productive talks between its supplier Wilmar and the environmental group.
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...
Pressure to ensure customer taste preferences are continually met for leading breakfast cereal brands is a hindrance to achieving minimal salt levels, and an sector wide push is required to achieve this objective, claims Kellogg.
The Kellogg Company today announced it will adopt nutrition
standards for the products it markets to children, pledging to
reformulate those products that fall short of the criteria, or to
cease marketing them altogether.
Cereal giant Kellogg is to reformulate some of its products with a
low linolenic soybean oil in an effort to reduce or eliminate trans
fatty acids while also minimizing the saturated fat content of the
products, the company announced...
Reflecting ongoing pressure on food makers to slice the salt out of
their food formulations, breakfast cereals leader Kellogg has
launched a new version of its flagship corn flake product with 25
per cent less salt.
Cereal and snack producer Kellogg will have the edge over
arch-rival General Mills over the next few years as superior
innovations in the premium health sector and a more focused product
portfolio drive the firm forward, writes Chris...
Kellogg reported a solid 7 percent increase in its earnings for the
third quarter with the North America region also putting up a
strong performance thanks to the successful introdution of new