Kellogg Company Exceeds Greenhouse Gas Reduction Goal Ahead of Schedule

According to the United Nations, to curb the devastating effects of climate change on the global food supply, the world must halve greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2030. As part of its Kellogg’s® Better Days commitment, Kellogg is making tremendous progress limiting GHG emissions in its operations by using low carbon and renewable energy sources, purchasing renewable electricity and increasing energy efficiency. Since 2015, Kellogg has reduced scope 1 & 2 GHG emissions in its manufacturing plants by more than 28%, and exceeded one year ahead of schedule its goal to…

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Kellogg Company Significantly Reduces Food Loss and Organic Waste

According to the United Nations World Food Programme, roughly one-third of all food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted. Through Kellogg’s commitment to create Better Days for 3 billion people by the end of 2030, Kellogg today announced that since 2016, it has reduced its total organic waste by 13.4% and total waste per pound of food produced by 5.7%. Furthermore, in 2019, just 1.1% of food handled across its manufacturing operations went unused globally, which was provided to local food banks and farmers for animal feed. “The number…

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Kellogg Company on Track to Create Better Days for 3 billion People by End of 2030

Feeding hungry children. Protecting our planet. Promoting wellbeing. Driving equity. On their own, each of these actions can make someone’s day better. Put them together, and they can create real change. That’s why Kellogg is committed to helping 3 billion people have better days by the end of 2030. In 2019-2020, Kellogg donated more than $13 million for COVID-19 hunger relief; provided 446 million servings of food worldwide; reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 20.7% “Kellogg knows we can make a difference for our employees, our communities and the world,” said…

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Kellogg Company, its customers and community partners join forces to help fight summer hunger

Kellogg Company has released details about multiple programs and partnerships it has established to help in the fight against summer hunger in 2020. It’s now estimated that 18 million kids (1 in 4) in the U.S. could face hunger because of the Coronavirus 19 (COVID-19) pandemic.1 The company has long been committed to addressing the issue of food security year-round through its Kellogg’s® Better Days global purpose platform, but the need is heightened this summer. (PRNewsfoto/Kellogg Company)   Since mandatory school closures began earlier this year as a result of COVID,…

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Kellogg Company Thanks Partners Around the Globe Who Help Bring Food to the World’s Tables During This Difficult Time

Kellogg Company, responding to the unprecedented pandemic, is releasing a special advertisement to thank the front-line heroes who play an important role in supporting the global food chain. “During this time of tremendous uncertainty and deep concern, anything that brings us a little comfort or gives us a sense of normalcy is particularly welcome,” explained Steve Cahillane, Chairman and CEO, Kellogg Company. “Right now, sitting down to breakfast is more important than ever. That is why we are thanking everyone around the world who is working so hard to bring…

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