According to the World Food Programme, the world produces enough food for everyone. Yet, one in nine1 people continue to struggle with hunger, and one in three suffer from malnutrition. That’s why we’re working toward United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) #2 – Zero Hunger, collaborating with others around the world to “end hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture by the end of 2030.”
Until Zero Hunger is realized, Kellogg is leading in myriad ways. We continue to provide nutritious foods that nourish people in need and promote sustainable agriculture by nurturing our planet. We’re also doing our part to help feed people in need around the world.
Feeding people in need has long been a cornerstone of Kellogg Company’s corporate responsibility initiatives. Today, doing so is a central to our ambitious Kellogg’s® Better Days commitment to create Better Days for 3 billion people by the end of 2030. As part of this global goal, we intend to feed 375 million people in need through food donations, expanded child feeding programs and disaster relief.
Since 2015, we’ve donated 2.4 billion servings of food to people facing hunger and reached 3.2 million children through feeding programs.
We’re partnering with food banks on six continents, sponsoring food drives to help stock community food pantries around the world and providing essential food to those coping with natural disasters. We also support Breakfast Clubs in 21 countries and are working to expand school and summer feeding programs so children can everywhere reach their full potential.
Details of how we’re Feeding People in Need are included on our Corporate Responsibility website. To learn more, click here.
 2018 The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations