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PMO project1_completed - Kellogg Company has been dedicated...

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Kellogg Company has been dedicated to producing great-tasting, high-quality, nutritious foods. With 2009 sales of nearly $13 billion and 2010 sales more than 12 billion, Kellogg Company is the world’s leading producer of cereal, as well as a leading producer of convenience foods, including cookies, crackers, toaster pastries, cereal bars, frozen waffles and vegetarian foods. Kellogg products are manufactured in 18 countries around the world. We enter 2010 with a rich history of success and a steadfast commitment to continue delivering sustainable and dependable growth in the future. Kellogg Company's business is broadly divided into two divisions: Kellogg North America and Kellogg International. Kellogg North America includes retail cereal, retail snacks, and frozen and specialty channels businesses in both the United States and Canada. Kellogg International is divided into businesses in Europe, Latin America, and Asia and Australia (Asia Pacific). Kellogg will support an exemplary work force and foster a work environment that values diversity and inclusion and aims to reflect the diverse nature of our consumer demographics. We will remain competitive in our compensation policies, lead our sector in health and safety programs, and expect our suppliers to uphold the same labor standards that we expect of our own operations. Kellogg Company’s Mission statements define our focus upon sustainable growth, our broadened definition of social responsibility and the true strength of our company – our people and our brands. Our Vision encompasses the full spectrum of our stakeholders including shareowners, employees, customers, consumers and communities. Our Mission articulates where we are as a company today and where we wish to be in the future. Our Mission does not stand-alone. They are integrated with our focused strategy and operating principles as well as the foundations of our business: our K Values, people
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and commitment to social responsibility. To be successful in the marketplace, we must earn consumers' trust by meeting their needs for products that are sourced responsibly. At Kellogg, we are committed to ensuring an ethical supply chain that is capable of providing continuity of supply in our ingredients, in our packaging materials and at our manufacturing plants, while minimizing the total environmental footprint of our products. Our Responsible Sourcing Framework focuses on four key areas: business ethics, labor standards, employee safety and health, and the environment. A key element of this framework is our Global Supplier Code of Conduct, which we finalized in 2009, to ensure that the suppliers with which we do business embrace and demonstrate high standards of ethical business behavior. The code covers issues such as legal compliance, fair employment practices, anti-corruption efforts and food safety standards. We have done a lot of work over the last six years improving our Company. We have dramatically changed the ways in which we conduct our business. We have also changed our strategy,
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This note was uploaded on 10/09/2011 for the course BUSINESS pm567 taught by Professor Ann during the Spring '11 term at DePaul.

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