Kellogg is focusing on regaining its momentum and “getting back on our front foot to return to sustainable growth,” John Bryant, Kellogg’s new president and chief executive, told SN.
To do so, it will continue to invest in innovation and brand building. “Kellogg is in great categories that are positioned for long-term growth,” he said. “To win in them, we need to play our game, including introducing exciting innovations driven by consumer ...
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