As a socially responsible company, Kellogg has always been committed to responsible sourcing, including protecting animals. Even though we are a grain-based company and we use very few animal products in our foods, we embrace the important role we play in influencing responsible and sustainable behavior throughout our supply chain.
Kellogg Canada is a wholly owned subsidiary of Kellogg Company. With 2013 sales of $14.8 billion, Kellogg Company is the world’s leading cereal company; second largest producer of cookies, crackers and savory snacks; and a leading North American frozen foods company.
W.K. Kellogg founded our company over a century ago with a deep commitment to corporate responsibility.Today, we continue the legacy of our founder with the launch of Kellogg Company’s ninth global Corporate Responsibility Report providing a comprehensive accounting of our progress, challenges and future direction in four key areas: marketplace, workplace, environment and community. A fifth section focuses on our commitment to responsibly source ingredients, and improve the livelihoods of a half-million farmers, including smallholders and women.
At Kellogg, we’re committed to building a strong company and well-loved brands, while doing what’s right for our environment and for society. Corporate Responsibility is part of our essence, instilled more than a century ago by our company’s founder. W.K. Kellogg aspired to improve physical and emotional well-being with the foods he made and through his philanthropic generosity.
From the time W.K. Kellogg developed Kellogg’s*Corn Flakes* Kellogg Company has established itself as a breakfast innovator. The cereal that changed the way people around the world ate breakfast became the foundation for a long line of cereals and an impressive array of “firsts.” Today, we remain just as committed to bringing our best to you each morning. That is why we are giving you information you can use about breakfast and cereal.