Facing new evidence from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (UNFAO) that world hunger continues to rise1, Kellogg today announced a new campaign that will make it easier for people to fight hunger by donating 10 foods hungry families request most, to Feeding America® food banks across the U.S.
In a world where we produce enough food for everyone, how can more than 820 million people, or one in nine, struggle with hunger?
The answer, according to Matt Knott, Feeding America President, lies in our ability to get the right foods in the hands of the people who need it most.
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With nearly 100 days until the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 , Kellogg's® is proud to announce its continued sponsorship of Team USA and introduce the 2018 Team Kellogg's™ roster of U.S. Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls joining its lineup of storied athletes. The 2018 roster includes figure skater Nathan Chen, snowboarder Kelly Clark, ice hockey player Meghan Duggan and Paralympic snowboarder Mike Schultz.
For the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games 2018, Kellogg's will continue its celebration of what inspires people to get up each morning, enjoy breakfast and embrace the potential of a new day. Whether you are a student, a parent or an elite athlete, we all awake with an individual reason and answer to the question, “what gets you started?” The drive at the start of each day isn’t always the same, but the routines we form, like eating Kellogg's cereal for breakfast, set us up to accomplish our goals.
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More than ever, people want to know what’s in their food, how it’s made and what companies are doing to contribute to a better world. That’s why Kellogg Company launched Open For Breakfast™ in the U.S. today, an open forum in the digital and social media space to hear what’s on peoples’ minds and share stories about Kellogg’s branded food, its commitments to communities around the world and its pledge to care for the environment.
Kellogg’s is inviting people to join the conversation at OpenForBreakfast.com and in social media, where the company will tell its story and have conversations with people about what they care about – sharing facts and figures, and visuals and videos featuring Kellogg employees, partners and consumers.
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Following a rigorous season of trials and qualification events, six of the competing Team Kellogg’s™ U.S. Olympic athletes have demonstrated from great starts come great things by being named to Team USA™. With the Opening Ceremony for the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games just days away on Feb. 7, these U.S. Olympic athletes have earned the chance to be among those proudly representing their country.
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The countdown to the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games is on, and Pop-Tarts® has partnered with U.S. Olympic hopefuls and freestyle skiers Torin Yater-Wallace and Maggie Voisin to put a Crazy Good™ spin on the competition. Eighteen-year-old Torin was nominated to the U.S. Men’s Freeskiing Team this week, and is a rising star heading into the Sochi Games. Maggie was also nominated this week to the U.S. Women’s Freeskiing Team – making her the youngest U.S. Winter Olympic hopeful at 15 years old since 1972. With the help of Pop-Tarts, they’re giving teens an exclusive look inside their Crazy Good Winter adventures.
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Whether finding creative ways to help fuel their kids in the morning or coming up with smart snacks to help keep their families energized during the day, moms are constantly in search of easy ways to develop healthy habits with their families. To help mom support her family’s active and healthy lifestyles, Kellogg’s® is rolling out Tips for a Great Start: a 30-day program featuring Team Kellogg’s™, a group of U.S. Olympic and Paralympic athletes and hopefuls, and U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) dietitians.
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Two-thirds of children living in poverty have no books at home, according to the 2010 RIF study. That's why Kellogg's® has teamed up with Scholastic as well as dad, children's book author and actor Taye Diggs to give kids great starts with great stories by placing 200,000 books into home libraries, schools and local communities. There are two ways to help:
1. Collect Kellogg's Great Starts Great Stories codes from participating Kellogg's products to receive a free book or
Because one in eight people around the world face food insecurity each day, Kellogg Company and its foundation, the Kellogg’s Corporate Citizenship Fund, pledged today to provide one-half billion servings of breakfast to children and families who need it most, through its new Breakfasts for Better Days™ initiative. In total, the company will donate 1 billion servings of cereal and snacks in its support of global hunger relief by the end of 2016.
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In celebration of National Breakfast Week, Kellogg’s® is making a difference by sharing breakfast with children in need. Moms and dads know that breakfast is essential to giving kids the start they need to help unlock their potential. But not every child gets this important start to their day. In fact, nearly one in five children across the U.S. goes without breakfast every day.1 That’s why Kellogg’s, and their in-school breakfast partner Action For Healthy Kids®, have partnered with Taye Diggs for the third annual Share Breakfast™ program. Together, they are making it easy for families to help share one2 million breakfasts with kids who might otherwise go without.
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Former pro football running back LaDainian Tomlinson and his wife Torsha are teaming up with Kellogg’s® Snacks to help football fans make their Big Game gathering the most valuable party in the neighborhood. To spice up the party-going experience, this season the Tomlinsons are dishing out some winning snack ideas, aided by Kellogg’s Snacks favorites such as Cheez-It® crackers, Pringles® potato crisps, Town House® crackers, Rice Krispies Treats® and Keebler® cookies and crackers.
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Kellogg’s newest superhero on the scene, The Crunchy Nut, saves Americans from boring breakfasts with the help of the Crunchy Truck. Go behind the scenes of the making of the superhero vehicle. Fashioned from a 1995 Chevy Utilimaster the truck features a satellite breakfast bowl equipped with the most advanced GPS technology helping The Crunchy Nut find those in danger of boring breakfasts and a 6-cylinder turbo milk jug boost to transport him to the rescue faster than reheating last night’s leftover pizza.
Morning after morning, countless adults stare morosely at a boring breakfast table. Faced with a humdrum meal and a routine breakfast, they ask themselves if there’s any fun in sight. Who can save their day? Behold, The Crunchy Nut™! No, he can’t leap over tall buildings in a single bound. But he can sweep away boring breakfasts and spread fun with a single bowl – of Kellogg’s® Crunchy Nut™ cereal.
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