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Thursday 21 October 2021

Kellogg’s $48m innovation investment in numbers

14th October 2021 By Staff Reporter | news@foodticker.co.nz | @foodtickernz

Kellogg’s A$45m (NZ$47.7m) investment into innovation over the past 15 years in Australasia has seen the cereal and snack company’s New Zealand business remove more than 700 tonnes of sugar and 300 tonnes of salt from its foods.

The company said more than half of its 55 cereals now contained two or fewer teaspoons of sugar per bowl.

It has also created more than 100 new cereals including Sultana Bran Gluten Free, Coco Pops Gluten Free, Sultana Bran with Cholesterol Lowering Plant Sterols, and Special K Lower Sugar and Special K High Protein.

 

 


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