Learn how we are making an impact with our communities

Helping our communities thrive starts with investing in and giving back to the places where we live and work. Through our philanthropic and sustainability initiatives, we aim to create positive progress for people and our planet. For us, it is important that we leave the world better than we found it.

124M servings donated in 2022

Customer Hunger Partnerships

We have long collaborated with our customers to help address food insecurity and that work continues today. Our shared commitment to fighting hunger comes to life in a variety of unique and impactful ways, too. For example, we are founding partners and longstanding supporters of Walmart Fight Hunger Spark Change. The in-store retail initiative raises much needed funds for Feeding America, Food Banks Canada and local food banks across North America and helps strengthen and support communities and families in need.

Our Planet

We are on a mission to promote how to recycle with retailers, online and through videos.

Recycle your packaging

  • When the first box of Kellogg’s Corn Flakes® cereal was introduced by our company in 1906, it came in 100 percent paperboard packaging, then considered the most environmentally friendly option. That’s because our founder, W.K. Kellogg, didn’t just envision a healthier breakfast option, he also was an early conservationist who donated significant amounts of land and resources to protecting the environment.
  • Many of your favorite Kellogg foods already come in recyclable packaging.  You can look for badge  to see if and how it can be recycled.  For many of our products, the boxes can be recycled with other cardboard packages and the inside liner can be recycled by dropping them off in grocery stores with other bags.
  • Boxes go with other recyclable cardboard
  • Liner bags can bedropped off at many grocery stores
  • Today, we are almost at 99% as reusable, recyclable, recyclable ready or compostable packaging.
Cereal boxes are recycle ready