Carton recycling trial set for Tesco stores

Tesco, Kellogg and the Alliance for Beverage Cartons and the Environment (ACE UK) have announced a five month trial to collect cartons at in-store recycling points. Carton recycling points will be introduced into eleven Tesco stores in England and Wales to test how prepared customers are to return the packaging to stores for recycling. Cartons are commonly used to pack products such as fruit juice, lunch box sized drinks, soups, passata and custard yet only 68% of councils collect the packaging at kerbside. This trial comes as a part of…

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L’Oréal, Kellogg, Essity And Reckitt Benckiser Join Forces For ‘Shop Responsibly’ Campaign

Some of the best known household brands have launched a campaign calling on shoppers to do the right thing during the Covid-19 crisis. With retailers under exceptional pressure, brand owners are using their collective might to urge consumers to stay home and stay safe and respect shopping hours for the elderly as well as NHS workers, who are working around the clock to keep us safe. The campaign goes live today with messages on the  retailers’ websites, in email communications and is accompanied by a #ShopResponsibly social media campaign. The…

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Kellogg provides food and donations to help communities across UK

Cereal giant Kellogg has pledged to donate thousands of boxes of cereal and snacks to help those in need across the UK. Working with its charity partners, including national charity FareShare, the company will distribute a minimum of three million servings of food, which equates to 90,000kg, to food banks, schools, charities and NHS staff nationwide. Kellogg will also donate funds to help with the distribution of the food, ensuring that the donations get to those who need them most in a safe and efficient way. Kellogg’s VP and head…

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Kellogg increases global COVID-19 food relief contribution to $4 million

Kellog’s Company donating food and funds worldwide to support organizations helping to feed people in need More and more people around the world are quarantined and some communities are instituting mandates to “shelter in place.” Many businesses and schools have closed. In the face of this crisis, many of our vulnerable neighbors need food. As always, through our global Kellogg’s® Better Days purpose platform, we help deliver critical nourishment to families when they need it most. For example, in the U.S. alone, our partner, No Kid Hungry, estimates that kids…

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Kellogg, No Kid Hungry partner once again to expand school breakfast programs

To ensure that more U.S. school children enjoy the many benefits of beginning their days with breakfast, Kellogg’s has again donated $1 million to No Kid Hungry® to expand school breakfast programs. The company’s Special Channels business is also proud to partner with No Kid Hungry on the Elevate the Plate Challenge to award school foodservice directors who share fresh ideas that get kids excited about school meal programs. “Starting a day with breakfast, like cereal and milk, sets kids up for success in school,” said Doug VandeVelde, general manager,…

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