One Kellogg Square, Battle Creek, MI 49016-3599
Executives: Chairman: James Jenness; Pres. & CEO: John Bryant; SVP-Research, Quality & Technology: Margaret Bath; SVP-Global Chief Marketing: Mark Baynes; SVP & Pres. Kellogg North American: Bradford Davidson; SVP & Pres.-Kellogg Int’l: Paul Norman; SVP & CFO: Ronald L. Dissinger; SVP, General Counsel-Corporate Development & Sec: Gary Pilnick; SVP-Global Human Resources: Samantha Long; SVP-Global Supply Chain: Alistair Hirst; SVP-Chief Information Officer: Brian Rice; VP-Corporate Controller: Maribeth Dangel; VP & Pres. U.S. Morning Foods: David Denholm; VP & Pres. Kellogg Asia Pacfic: Amit Banati; VP-Global Government Relations: Brigitte Gwyn; VP-Corporate Development: Michael J. Libbing; VP-Cereal Category Europe: Carlos Mejia; VP & Pres.-U.S. Snacks: Todd Penegor; VP-Tax, Assistant Treasurer: Richard W. Schell; VP-Internal Audit: James Sholl; VP & Pres.-Kellogg Latin America: Maria Fernanda Mejia; VP-Treasurer: Joel A. Vander Kooi
Subsidiaries/Divisions: Austin Quality Foods, Kashi, Keebler, Morningstar Farms, Worthington Foods, Inc.
Brands: All-Bran, Apple Jacks, Austin, Cheez-It, Club, Chips Deluxe, Crunchmania, Eggo, E.L. Fudge, Famous Amos, FruitaBu, Fruit Loops, Fruit Streamers, Fudge Shoppe, Go-Tarts, Kashi, Keebler, Kellogg’s, Krispy, Loma Linda, Morningstar Farms, Murray, Natural Touch, Nutri-Grain, Pringles, Pop-Tarts, Rice Krispies, Right Bites, Sandies, Smart Start, Special K, Soft Batch, Stretch Island, Sunshine, Toasted, Town House, Twistables, Vector, Wheatables, Worthington, Yogos, Zesta, Apple Jacks, Bran Buds, Cinnamon Crunch Crispix, Cocoa Krispies, Complete, Corn Pops, Cracklin’ Oat Bran, Crispix, Frosted Mini-Wheats, Honey Smacks, Just Right, Kellogg’s Corn Flakes, Kellogg’s Crunch, Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes, Kellogg’s Raisin Bran, Kellogg’s Smorz, Kellogg’s Low Fat Granola, Mini-Swirlz, Mueslix, Pops, Product 19
Major Product Areas: Cereal, cookies & crackers, fruit leather, vegetarian/soy products
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