Kellogg Co. has recalled a number of its cereals in the US as a result of an “uncharacteristic off-flavour and smell” coming from the liner in the package. The voluntary recall, announced on Friday...

Kellogg struck a cautious note yesterday (29 April) as it posted a bumper 30% jump in first quarter profits.The US cereal giant booked first-quarter net income of US$418m, or $1.09 a share, up from $321m,...

The amount of salt in Australian-manufactured breakfast cereals and breads is being reduced by leading food manufacturers to improve the diets and health of Australians as part of an industry, retailer...

Nutritional health expert Dr Peter Clifton, co-author of the popular CSIRO Wellbeing Diet and head of the Obesity and Preventative Health Flagship at Adelaide University, said today that reducing salt...

Kellogg has played down the significance of declining fourth-quarter sales volumes, which came in spite of the cereal giant’s increased investment in advertising during the period.The world’s...

The world’s largest cereal maker has reported a net sales decline of two per cent for 2009, although cost reduction strategies helped them to a record profit. Reported earnings for full-year 2009...

Sugar, dairy and oils were the catalysts for growth in global food prices last month, according to the latest release of the FAO Food Price Index, while cereals and meat prices remained stagnant. The Index...

Kellogg said today (12 November) that it has seen the pace of its net sales growth moderate over the past year, with expansion held back by limited opportunities in high-growth, emerging markets. Speaking...

Breakfast continues to be a source of debate between cereal companies and obesity lobbyists, with the Advertising Standards Board asked to use the AANA Food and Beverage Code to settle the score. And Kellogg’s...

As retailers expand the offerings of their own brands, the world’s largest cereal manufacturer has contended that the threat of private label can be quelled by continued product innovation and a...