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Kellogg’s Unites with GLAAD to Launch Special Edition Cereal

Breakfast food giant Kellogg Company has joined forces with radical gay activist group GLAAD to support the group’s “Spirit Day” event with its new “All Together” cereal. “To support Spirit Day,” GLAAD announced on its webpage, “Kellogg Company today launched

To support Spirit Day, the most visible anti-LGBTQ bullying campaign and united show of support for LGBTQ youth, Kellogg Company today launched a special edition 'All Together' cereal in collaboration with GLAAD supporting inclusion and to stand up against bullying. 'All Together' will be available today at Kellogg’s NYC café.

Kellogg Hit with Lawsuit over Loss of Up to 11,000 Supply Chain Jobs

At the beginning of the year, cereal maker Kellogg began the process of closing dozens of distribution centers and laying off as many as 11,000 workers. Now the Michigan-based company faces a lawsuit filed by contractors who say Kellogg did them wrong with the abrupt shift in its supply chain system.

This Oct. 16, 2016, file photo shows the Kellogg booth at an annual dietitians' conference, where company representatives explained the health benefits of their products, in Boston. On its website, amid news of Pop-Tarts and Frosted Flakes, Kellogg touted a distinguished-sounding “breakfast council” of “independent experts” dedicated to guiding its …

U.S. Senator Demanding Kellogg Explain Mass Layoffs

Cereal giant Kellogg has been closing dozens of facilities and cutting thousands of jobs across the country, but now a U.S. Senator is demanding that the company explain the mass layoffs that may cost as many as 11,000 employees their jobs.

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Kellogg’s Layoffs Hit Florida

Breakfast food giant Kellogg’s is continuing mass layoffs, this time focusing on its distribution center in Weston, Florida, where up to 246 workers have now lost their jobs.

Recording artist Nick Carter appears with Kellogg's Tony the Tiger at the announcement of The Gr-r-reat Tony the Tiger Awards at the Hudson Theater August 15, 2002 in New York City. Ten finalists, recognized for overcoming personal challenges, will receive a $10,000 college scholarship and a chance to appear with …

Kellogg’s Brand Falls from 60 to 84th Place with Consumers in 4 Years

Continuing its business slump, a new review of Kellogg’s brand, as calculated on the value of the company’s name, shows the company took another dip, falling from 74th most valuable brand to 84th over last year’s rating. In addition, the company’s brand fell 24 spots since 2014.

Leon Remus shops for cereal at the Indian Village Market in Detroit, Wednesday, July 27, 2005. Kellogg Co., the nation's largest breakfast-cereal maker, said Wednesday that second-quarter earnings rose 9 percent and the company raised profit guidance for the full year. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)