Corporate Responsibility

Welcome to Kellogg Company’s 2017/2018 Corporate Responsibility Report. As a company with a heart and soul, our environmentally and socially responsible business practices help us fulfill our company’s purpose of nourishing families so they can flourish and thrive. We do so by nourishing with our foods, feeding people in need and nurturing our planet, all while living our founder’s values. A key priority across all this work is our support of gender equality and women’s empowerment.

In 2017, Kellogg was named to the FTSE4Good and Dow Jones Sustainability indices. We’ve also again been named one of Ethisphere’s World’s Most Ethical Companies. Thank you for viewing our 10th Corporate Responsibility Report to learn more about our commitments, priorities and efforts.

Pillar 1 highlights FB1 - Nourishing
Apr 4, 2016

Did you know that our early ancestors first farmed rice, corn and wheat in Asia, Mexico and the Near East – nearly 13,000 years ago? Even way back then, people realized the power of grains, to fortify their diets and fill their tummies with goodness that didn’t cost much to grow...

Pillar highlights FB2 - Feeding People in Need
Jun 26, 2018

According to the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the Asia Pacific region still has 490 million hungry people in their midst, more than any other region. In the...

Pillar highlights FB3 - Living Our Founder's Values
Jun 27, 2018

Kellogg Company is a diverse and inclusive community of passionate people committed to making a difference. We know our greatest strength is our people and they must be our competitive advantage....

Pillar highlights FB4 - Nurturing Our Planet
Jun 11, 2018

In our foodie culture, it makes sense to learn as much as we can about where our ingredients come from, including learning about the farmers who grow them.

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Pillar highlights FB4 - Living Our Founder's Values (women)
Mar 6, 2018

Shortly after being promoted to my current role as President, Kellogg Frozen Foods, my 86 year old mom was scheduled for knee replacement surgery – and I knew it was important for me to be there...