Kellogg reveals name of chemical in tainted packaging
Kellogg Company has finally named the chemical at the centre of its US tainted packaging incident that led to the recall of 28 million boxes of cereal last month.
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 cereal, said the company.
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.
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.
Kellogg to boost bakery and snacks marketing budget
Cereal giant Kellogg has confirmed its plans to spend more than ₤80m on marketing its brands in the UK, including bakery and snacks products, throughout this year.
News briefs: Bakery acquisitions
This week, Flower Foods bakery continues its geographical expansion
plans with its acquisition of ButterKrust bakery, and Kellogg
acquires a major Chinese cookie company.
Strong sales boost revenues for Kellogg
Kellogg said yesterday sales jumped by 9 per cent to $3bn (€ 2.2bn)
for the quarter ended 30 June, underlying the company's growth
across all of its cereal and snack segments.
Kellogg rolls out new cereal and snacking options
Global cereal and snack maker Kellogg is set to rejuvenate consumer
interest in core brands with a raft of new products for 2007.
Complaint over Kellogg's TV cereal ad rejected
The UK advertising watchdog's rejection of a complaint over a
Kelloggs Rice Krispies TV advert has been criticised by Which?
Kellogg's sales boost offsets rising costs
The world's leading cereal producer Kellogg's has posted a three
per cent rise in second quarter net earnings, as strong sales in
the Americas help compensate for rising commodity costs.
Kellogg Q4 results strong but European sales slow
The world's leading cereal manufacturer Kellogg has announced a 3.2
per cent rise in quarterly net profit as cost-cutting techniques
continue to keep rising fuel and ingredients expenses at bay.
Cereal giant in good shape
The world's biggest breakfast cereal producer, Kellogg, has
reported better-than-expected results in the second quarter, driven
by innovation and consumer promotions.
Kellogg reports strong growth
A strong first quarter performance means cereal and snacks group
Kellogg is well on track to meet its full year growth targets.
Brand investment pays off as Kellogg profits rise
Increased expenditure on brand-building and promotions helped
US-based cereals and snack foods group Kellogg to a 10 per cent
increase in sales for 2002, a good result after a turbulent year in
Kellogg packaging partnership
Commerce One, the Business Internet Company, has announced that it
will help Kellogg Company publish critical product information
relating to future packaging design.