Kellogg's Wellbeing Newsletter – April 2020


Welcome to the April 2020 issue of the Wellbeing Collective newsletter. We hope this email finds you safe and healthy. Bringing our best to you, our wellbeing partners, has taken on a whole new meaning during this challenging time. We are thankful to you – leaders in the communities where we live and work. We are grateful for your support and dedication to everyone’s wellbeing, especially now. This month’s newsletter is dedicated to providing you with content that we hope you find helpful during this global pandemic.

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Kellogg Donates Food and Funds

Sending Care and Support


Kellogg is a company with a heart and a soul. This has never been more apparent than now, as we work together across our company to help food bank partners and neighbors in need. We are embracing uncertainty and seeking new ways to work so that we can continue to feed people.

We’ve taken steps to ensure the health and safety of our dedicated front-line employees who are making the food and ensuring it gets to stores and available to their customers. These heroic men and women are working every day to get food out the food – food people love, from brands they trust, because our foods delight the senses and bring people together to create positive emotional wellbeing.

But we don’t do it alone. We are grateful to those who are part of our extended Kellogg family.

We’re grateful for those who deliver our foods so store shelves can remain stocked; for the people who work in grocery stores to ensure shoppers have safe access to what they need for their families; for the retail dietitians who there to help consumers make optimal choices for their families and answer their questions; and for our global food bank partners, with whom we work to feed people in need.

While having access to food in schools is currently a barrier and unemployment rises, global food banks are stepping up to address an unprecedented amount of need. One food bank we spoke with needs 32,000 more food boxes each week to meet local needs. And that’s just in one community. In every market, food banks are stretched to their limits. They’re providing more food to more people. We appreciate and applaud their work. They need our help now more than ever. To date, Kellogg and its charitable funds have donated $7.5 million in food and funds to global COVID-19 hunger relief efforts. We will continue to evaluate need and respond as best we can going forward.

In recognition of the heroic efforts of our Kellogg employees and partners around the world, we have created a special TV spot that celebrates these individuals. Look for it beginning this month.

You can learn more about our company’s heart and soul by visiting

Dinner is Served

Dinner is Served


Did you know cereal can be a delicious and convenient choice for dinner that the whole family will love? At under $1 per serving for cereal, fruit, and milk, a dinner for 4 is just $4!1. What is better than that!

And, did you know…

… more than 30 Kellogg’s cereals are a good or excellent source of fiber? Fiber helps support digestive health and overall wellness, and our cereals are a great way to get more fiber. Two tasty examples are Kellogg’s Raisin Bran® (7g fiber/26% DV per serving) and Frosted Mini-Wheats® (6g fiber/21% DV per serving).

… cereal and milk can offer double digit protein levels? Fifteen (15) different Kellogg’s cereals offer at least a good source of protein when combined with ¾ cup of milk. Try Special K® Original for 13g protein (7g from cereal + 6g from milk) or Frosted Mini-Wheats® for 11g (5g from cereal + 6g from milk).

… several Kellogg’s cereals contain 5g sugar or less per serving? Check out Kellogg’s Corn Flakes® and Kellogg’s® Rice Krispies® – both with 4g total sugars per serving.

Learn more about the goodness in our cereals from dietitian Holley Grainger and take a look at our newest infographic:


1. Based on average cost of serving of Kellogg’s cereal, ¾ cup (Nielsen: 52 WE, 2019), ¼ cup (USDA ERS, July 2018) of top 3 fresh fruits consumed (The Packer: Fresh Trends, 2019) in US.

Quick and Easy Wellbeing Tips and Tricks

Quick and Easy Wellbeing Tips and Tricks


The Kellogg Wellbeing team has been busy at home bringing Wellbeing to life for their families and wanted to share our tips and trips with you. We hope you find some inspiration for your own home! Share your successes with us at @KelloggsRDs!

We know that many consumers at this time have stocked up on ready-to-eat cereal and frozen plant-based options as dependable, easy, and delicious staple for their families. We’ve got some great ideas that you can share with your clients, followers, and family!

• Craving Frosted Mini-Wheats, but out of milk? Don’t head to the store! Just mix yogurt, cinnamon, and nutmeg for a dippable snack. Or add your favorite cereal to some yogurt, add some fruit (even frozen or canned), and voila! A quick creamy, nutritious parfait!

• Worried about food waste? Add cereal to yogurt, ice cream, casseroles, or veggies to add a nice crunch, or add it to ground meat recipes that call for breadcrumbs! Get more ideas here.

MorningStar Farms® Spicy Black Beans burgers in the freezer but no buns? Try cooking them, cutting into strips, and using as taco filling! Taco Tuesday, anyone!?

• Add your favorite MorningStar Farms® burger or chik’n to pasta, adding in any frozen veggies you have on hand for a quick dinner!

Free, On-Demand Continuing Education

Free, On-Demand Continuing Education


Have an hour and need some continuing education credits? Be sure to check out our free recorded webinars available on

• What’s Happening in Breakfast? Trends, Insights, and Solutions For Your Foodservice Business

• Soy and Plant-Based Protein: Separating Facts From Fiction For Delicious Menu Solutions

• The Snacking Occasion and Emerging Nutrition Trends That Impact Consumer Choices


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