Creating Better Days for 3 Billion People by the End of 2030
Our founder, W.K. Kellogg, believed that part of running a good business was doing good for society. This promise has guided our company for over a century. And it remains our promise to create better days, and a good and just world, for years to come.
Kellogg’s™ Better Days is our promise to advance sustainable and equitable access to food by addressing the intersection of wellbeing, hunger, sustainability, and equity, diversity and inclusion.
Sustainability, hunger, wellbeing and equity, diversity and inclusion are all interconnected. Our changing climate is impacting the health of people and reducing crop yields, leading to greater food insecurity. Many diverse and underserved communities are disproportionally impacted by climate change and now face higher barriers to health and access to nutritious foods. And these same communities are most at risk for undernutrition, hidden hunger and obesity.
For these reasons, one of the ways we are achieving our Kellogg’s™ Better Days Promise is through our leadership and efforts to engage 1.5 billion people in advocating for sustainable and equitable access to food. Those experiencing food insecurity need a voice, so regardless of the circumstances, we work to create positive, healthy futures for families around the world. We do so by encouraging employee volunteerism, promoting an ethical supply chain, supporting our hometown and communities where we do business, partnering with others and ensuring the health and safety of our employees.
In June 2022, Kellogg Company announced a plan approved by our Board of Directors to separate two of our businesses as a bold next step in transforming our portfolio. By the end of 2023, Kellogg Company will separate into three independent public companies, each better positioned to unlock their full potential: A global snacking company, North American cereal company and plant-based foods company.