Kellogg’s surpasses sugar and sodium reduction goals
Kellogg’s says it has surpassed its goals for reducing sugar and sodium its cereals worldwide.
In 2014, Kellogg’s set the goal of achieving 10g or less sugar per 30g serving in 90 per cent of its cereals by 2020.
Also in 2014, Kellogg’s pledged a 30 per cent overall sodium reduction in its cereals.
In its newly released 2016/2017 Corporate Responsibility Report, Kellogg’s says it is also continuing to remove artificial colours and flavours from is foods.
Other corporate responsibility achievements recorded by Kellogg’s in the report included support of Foodbank Australia’s school breakfast program, food donations to Auckland City Mission and guidance on climate smart agriculture to its farmers.
Kris Charles, Senior Vice President of Global Corporate Affairs at Kellogg’s said Kellogg’s employees work together to fulfil Kellogg’s vision of “enriching and delighting the world through foods and brands that matter”.
“The reason these brands matter goes beyond the fact that we make delicious, high-quality foods,” he said.
“We’re a company with a heart and soul, focused on making a difference while responsibly growing our business. We’re proud to share information about how we are Nourishing With Our Foods, Feeding People In Need and Nurturing Our Planet, all while Living Our Founder’s Values.”
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