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Kellogg sues flexible packaging supplier over tainted cereal liners

Kellogg Company has launched legal action against a Canadian firm over allegations its tainted packaging cost the food giant millions of dollars and forced it to issue a nationwide recall...

Limited segregated palm oil supply sees Kellogg's use certificates

Kellogg’s claims a lack of segregated, sustainably grown palm oil means its only option in terms of ensuring environmental friendly sourcing is to purchase GreenPalm certificates to cover its palm...

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Many Americans mistaken about fiber sources, finds Kellogg’s

 Many Americans may be looking to the wrong foods to boost fiber intake, according to new research from the Kellogg Company.

Kellogg’s to pay $5m for false Rice Krispies immunity claims

The Kellogg Company will pay $5m to consumers misled by children’s immunity claims for its Rice Krispies breakfast cereal, after agreeing terms in an amalgamated class action in a California...

Kellogg's backs research into cereal-derived prebiotics

Funding of research at a Belgian university into how cereal-derived prebiotics benefit human health will enable the development of fibre-rich cereal foods with greater nutritional value, claims Kellogg’s.

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Kellogg COO to take over from retiring CEO MacKay

The Kellogg Company’s president, CEO and director David MacKay said that he plans to retire on January 1, 2011, the company said on Monday.

Kellogg and Covance enter seven-year food safety partnership

Kellogg’s has entered into a seven-year food safety testing agreement with Covance, which has completed construction of its Nutritional and Food Safety Laboratory in Battle Creek, Michigan.

Kellogg to pay millions in kids’ attention class action settlement

The Kellogg Company will pay consumers up to $2.75m over misleading kids’ attention claims for its Frosted Mini-Wheats cereals, after a federal judge reached a class action settlement.

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Kelloggs wins industry advertising award

A Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Squares advert won the 2010 gold award for Long Term Effectiveness at the bi-annual IAPI Advertising Effectiveness awards (ADFX) last week.

UK Ofcom rejects breakfast TV complaints from Nestlé and Kellogg’s

UK media watchdog Ofcom has rejected complaints from cereal food giants Nestlé and Kellogg’s that they were treated unfairly by the Channel 4 programme What’s in Your Breakfast?

Kellogg slashes sugar content of its Coco Pops cereal range

Cereal and snack manufacturer Kellogg has cut the sugar content of its Coco Pops cereal range by 15 per cent in response to consumer demand, a spokesman told

Kellogg packaging problem resolved – says FDA

The problem with Kellogg’s tainted packaging has been solved, US federal authorities said yesterday – as the company confirmed the chemical responsible for the huge recall is not used in...

Congress demands answers from Kellogg after tainted-packaging recall

Kellogg Company has come under pressure from the US Congress to disclose more information about the “hazardous” packaging chemical that led to the recall of million of boxes of...

Ajinomoto and Kellogg’s team up on healthier cereals project

New product development and reformulation of Kellogg’s existing offering will be the focus of new R&D collaborative project between Ajinomoto and Kellogg’s.

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Kellogg fails to name chemical responsible for packaging recall

Kellogg Company is remaining tight-lipped over the name of the packaging chemical that triggered its recall of 28 million packets of breakfast cereal last month.

Nestlé looks set to take on Kellogg's and PepsiCo in India

Nestle India, a subsidiary of the Swiss giant, is set to enter the breakfast cereals market and take on competitors in the category there such as Kellogg’s and PepsiCo, according...

Kellogg's pulls Article 13.5 weight health claim

Kellogg’s has pulled its application to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) for approval of a weight health relationship claim under the proprietary and emerging science article 13.5 for generic...

Packaging is tainted, no hazardous material in food - Kellogg

A group of external experts has verified that tainted packaging rather than any harmful material in the food is the cause of Kellogg’s nationwide recall of 28 million boxes of...

Kellogg issues massive recall as tainted packaging sparks health fears

Kellogg Company has recalled 28 million boxes of breakfast cereal in the United States over fears an unknown chemical that has tainted its packaging could cause diarrhoea and vomitting.

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Kellogg’s eyes up snack firms in Russia and beyond

Kellogg’s management has revealed its future acquisition strategy is to pursue international snack firms and increase its presence in Russia, Turkey and China and surrounding regions.

Kellogg’s escapes FTC fine over false immunity claims

The Kellogg Company will change immunity claims for Rice Krispies after the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) ruled the claims misleading – but ruled out a financial penalty.

Kellogg’s sued over salmonella-tainted snacks

A Florida man has filed a federal lawsuit against the Kellogg Company, claiming it failed to warn consumers that some of its products could have been tainted with salmonella.

Irresponsibilty claim for Kellogg's breakfast cereal ad rejected

A claim that an advert for Kellogg’s Coco Pops was irresponsible because it directly targeted school children and encouraged them to eat a snack that was high in sugar has...

Kellogg's seeks cereal weight claim approval under article 13.5

Kellogg’s has submitted an application to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) for approval of a weight health relationship claim under the proprietary and emerging science article 13.5 for generic...

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Kashi could become $1bn brand, says Kellogg’s chief

Kellogg’s has said it expects health food brand Kashi to grow to a $1bn brand with five years, according to a Bloomberg report.

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