Once you pop, you can’t stop – or can you?

A green group has called for Pringles packaging to be made fully recyclable

Kellogg’s announces grrrrrrrrrreat sustainable packaging plan

The cereal brand aims to reduce waste and move to a more circular business model

Kellogg’s UK targets 100% renewable power by 2050

  Kellogg’s UK has set a target to source 100% of its electricity needs from renewables by 2050. The cereal and snacks giant has made the commitment as part of RE100, a collective of businesses working to significantly increase demand for and delivery of green power. Its headquarters in Manchester was its first site to […]

‘Major food producers missing chance to cut climate risks’

Many of the world’s biggest food, beverage and tobacco firms are missing their chance to reduce climate risks. That’s according to a report from not-for-profit organisation Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP). It showed some brands, such as Coca-Cola, Kellogg’s and Nestle, are tackling climate change. More than a third of the 97 companies it researched saw lower costs from implementing climate […]

Kellogg’s to only use gr-r-r-eat palm oil in cereals

When you pour a bowl of cereal for breakfast, do you ever pause to wonder where its ingredients came from? You might give it a second thought after global brand Kellogg’s announced plans to only use responsibly sourced palm oil in its cereals. The cornflakes’ maker has announced that by 31 December 2015, its supply […]