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Company Response

10 Apr 2015

Author:
Kellogg

Kellogg response

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We understand that people expect social and environmental responsibility from their favorite brands and companies. They also care about where their food comes from and how it is grown. While we’re proud to see Oxfam’s latest scorecard recognizes our company’s progress, especially in the area of climate change and transparency, we recognize that there’s always an opportunity to do more.

[Download full response for information on supporting vulnerable people in supply chains adapt to the impacts of climate change]

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