Kellogg Company

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The Kellogg Company (Kellogg's) is one of the world's major food companies. It is the number one breakfast cereal maker in the US, ahead of General Mills. Some Kellogg brands are Frosted Flakes, Rice Krispies, Eggo waffles, Nutri-Grain cereal bars, Pop-Tarts, Keebler Foods (Fudge Shoppe, Cheez-It), Kashi, Famous Amos cookies, Sunshine Krispy Crackers, and Morningstar Farms frozen foods. [1]

Political contributions

The Kellogg political action committee (PAC) gave $67,101 to federal candidates in the 05/06 election period - 42% to Democrats and 58% to Republicans. [2]


The company spent $421,461 for lobbying in 2006. $70,000 went to the lobbying firm Russ Reid Company and the lobby group Alliance for American Advertising. [3]


Key executives and 2006 pay: [4]          Options
A.D. David Mackay, Chief Executive Officer    $2,470,000    $4,270,000
John A. Bryant, Chief Financial Officer    $1,260,000    $1,560,000
Jeffrey M. Boromisa, Executive Vice President of Kellogg International    $962,000    $463,000
Jeffrey W. Montie, President of Kellogg International    $1,360,000    $541,000
Alan F. Harris, Chief Marketing Officer    $1,360,000    $1,650,000

Selected board members



1 Kellogg Square
Battle Creek, MI 49016-3599
Phone: 269-961-2000
Fax: 269-961-2871

Articles & sources

SourceWatch articles


  1. Kellogg Company, Hoovers, accessed July 2007.
  2. 2006 PAC Summary Data, Open Secrets, accessed July 2007.
  3. Kellogg lobbying expenses, Open Secrets, accessed October 2007.
  4. Kellogg Key Executives, Yahoo Finance, accessed October 2007.
  5. Board of Directors, Kellogg, accessed October 2007.

External articles


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