NEWS Kellogg’s donates 30 million meals to Feeding America

Kellogg's donates 30 million meals to Feeding America

Contributions to Support Food Insecure Families During the Holidays

Battle Creek, Michigan, December 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Kellogg Company announced today that it has donated 30 million meals to Feeding America food banks across the United States

Donations include snacks such as cereal, bars and cookies, and Ego product.

Often, people facing hunger are forced to make difficult choices between buying food, paying medical bills or rent, or buying holiday gifts for their children.

“While the holiday season is a happy time for many, it can be especially difficult for those struggling with food insecurity,” he said Steve Cahillan, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Kellogg Company. “This donation is part of our Better Days Promise to promote sustainable and equitable access to food. We are committed to feeding the 375 million people facing food insecurity and crisis by the end of 2030.”

The company also encourages people to donate to Feeding America through $ 1 Feeding America helped provide at least 10 meals on behalf of local member food banks.

About The Kellogg Company

At The Kellogg Company (NYSE: K ), our vision is to create a good and just world where people don’t just eat, they feel fulfilled. We’re creating better days and a place on the table for everyone through our trusted food brands.Our favorite brands include Pringles®cheese bar®Special K®Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes®pie®Kellogg’s Corn Flakes®rice crackers®egg®mini wheat®, Kashi®, RXBAR®, Morning Star Farm® etc. 2021 net sales close to $14.2 billion, mainly including snacks and convenience foods such as cereals, frozen meals and part of us Kellogg’s(TM) Better Days Promise ESG strategy, we are addressing the interconnected issues of wellbeing, climate and food security to create a better life for 3 billion people by the end of 2030.access

SOURCE Kellogg Company

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