Kellogg May Shift Jobs Here
WYOMING — Kellogg Co., the Battle Creek cereal and snack food corporation with markets and production facilities all over the world, may be bucking the trend of moving jobs from the U.S. to Mexico.
At a city council meeting in April, the company approached
Wyoming Mayor Pro Tem William A. VerHulst, who chaired the meeting on April 16, confirmed that the Kellogg representative had made that statement.
Kellogg spokesperson Kris Charles would not comment regarding a move of production from
"Kellogg is considering a possible expansion of its food manufacturing operations in the city of
When asked if Kellogg Co. was moving production from
The plant, formerly owned by Holland American Wafer Co., will be producing Nutri-Grain Fruit and Nut Bars, Kashi Chewy Granola Bars, Crunchy Nut Sweet and Salty Bars, and Rice Krispies Treats Peanut Butter Bars.
Kellogg also announced last week it will increase the nutritional value of its cereals and snacks for children.
John M. McMillin, an investments analyst who has studied the Kellogg Co., said he had no idea why Kellogg would move a production line from
Kellogg Co. owns production plants in three cities in