Where is Kellogg’s Corporate office Headquarters

Kellogg’s Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 1 Kellogg’s Square, Battle Creek, MI 49017, USA

  • Phone Number:
    +1 800-962-1413

  • Fax Number: (269) 961-6646

  • Email: kconsumer@kellogg.com

  • Number of Employees: 33577

  • Established: February 19, 1906

  • Founder: Will Keith Kellogg

  • Key People: Steven Cahillane

Kellogg’s Headquarters Location & Directions

Kellogg’s Headquarters Executive Team



Steven A. Cahillane

Chairman , CEO & President

Fareed A. Khan

Senior VP & CFO

Carol Stewart

CEO & President of Kellogg Canada Inc

Amit Banati

Senior Vice President and President of Asia Pacific

James Cali

Senior Vice President of Global Snacks Category

Alistair D. Hirst

Senior Vice President of Global Supply Chain

Brian S. Rice

Chief Information Officer & Senior VP

Clive M. Sirkin

Chief Growth Officer & Senior VP

Doug Vandevelde

Senior Vice President of Global Breakfast Category

Robert Woodall

Managing Director of Greater China

About Kellogg’s, History and Headquarters Information


Kellogg Company was founded in the year 1906. The company has been operational for almost 113 years now. The founder of the company was Will Keith Kellogg. The founding of the company goes back to the year 1898 when Dr John Harvey and Will Keith Kellogg founded a health food company known as the Battle Creek Sanitarium Health Food Company. The company started to produce food products for patients visiting Dr JH Kellogg’s Battle Creek Sanitarium. The name of the company was changed to Battle Creek Sanitarium Health Food Company, in the year 1901. The company started to produce food products like corn flakes, caramel-cereal coffee and also granola as well.

Then in the year 1908, the company had amalgamated with Sanitas Nut Food Company, in order to form the Kellogg Food Company. The company started selling meat substitutes and also sold nut butter as well. In the year 1930, the company had announced that most of its factories would be moving towards a 30-hour work week from the usual 40-hour weeks. The practice was formulated during World War II and continued until the year 1980. From the year 1968 to the year 1970, the company started to advertise its slogan in the morning TV shows. In the year 1983, the company had hit a lowly market share of almost 36.7 per cent. Due to the nutritional value as well as convenience of eating cereals, the company had persuaded US consumers between the age of 25 to 49 to eat 26 per cent more cereals. By the year 1988, the US cereal market reached a capitalisation of almost $5.4 billion. The company also started to introduce new products as well, like Raisin Squares, Crispix, Nutri Grain, etcetera. Then in the year 2001, the company had taken over the Keebler Company. As of the year 2012, the company is the second largest snack food company in the world, after PepsiCo. The company had also taken over the Pringles brand from P&G, for about $2.7 billion. The company had also acquired Rxbar for about $600 million, in the year 2017. As of the year 2018, the company has ceased all its operations in Venezuela. The headquarters of the company is based in 1 Kellogg’s Square. The name of the place is Battle Creek, while the name of the state is Michigan, USA. The pin code of the area is 49017.


Kellogg is an American company that focuses on the production of various kinds of cereal food products as well as other convenience products as well. The current CEO and chairman of the company are Steven Cahillane. As of the year 2017, the total amount of revenue generated by the company is more than $12.9 billion. Also, the number of employees currently working at the company, as of the year 2017, is more than 32,900. The company sells and distributes its products to over 180 countries all over the world.


The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to purchase various kinds of convenience foods and also cereal food products, manufactured by the company itself. The food products sold by the company include cereals, crackers, cookies, toaster pastries, vegetarian foods, cereal bars, frozen waffles, snacks that are fruit flavoured, etcetera.

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  • Cas says:

    Hey, You all It’s is time for an upgrade or a redo for your rice Krispies treats. By the time it gets to the customer today it is old tasting and has no snap left. So may I suggest you look in making it fresher less corn syrup more marshmallow. Some times you need to go back and try the older ways with a new twist. What is being made today should be trashed. I have change co. that I buy from because of the flavor has been changed. If you want to test it out make home made ones make a tray then open the packaged ones place on an other tray side by side and put free on them see witch ones get eaten 1st.

  • Patty green says:

    So joe Biden tells us not to eat Kellogg’s Raisin Bran? How do you fell about that. I guess we need to stop buying your products

  • Myra Eaton says:

    I saw ad on TV about small cups of cereal to add water to instead of milk. I am not able to get food on my own and have no milk. I’ve lost weight after I broke my hip. Please let me know when this cereal will be out. Thank you.

  • Romuald Llorca says:


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    Thank you.

  • Margaret Wilkins says:


  • Kathryn says:

    I would like to see you make Pita chips that are covered in cinnamon & sugar to dip in fruit dip 🤤

  • Sharon Jensen says:

    Why don’t cereal companies put or pack their cereal in recloseable bags? Makes sense to me.

  • James Jamison says:

    I would like to come and spake with someone about my bright idea concerning your product (pop tarts).

  • Charles Gelfand says:

    I understand you no longer make the sugar free brownies thin cookies.
    It’s my very favorite Murray cookie.
    Please bring them back.
    Also, you have very little shelf space in the Kroger and Walmart, yet Vortman has 3to 5 times the shelf space, and their products are awful compared to yours. Here in Allen TX

  • Charles Gelfand says:

    I’m looking for Murrays sugar free brownies thins. I live in Texas, near ALLEN which in north of Dallas
    Where can I buy it?
    Also, Vortman , who makes a horrible tasting cookie has most of the shelf space at the Kroger and Walmart in AllenTx,

  • dragthemedia says:

    Steven Cahillane! Breaking News!
    Wait till you see the national sales disaster touched off by your decision to push transgender cereal at America’s children.
    The only thing that can stop it is for you to cancel the launch of LGBTQBerries NOW!
    Don’t believe me? Ask Target how doing the Politically Correct thing worked out for them when they decided it would be “inclusive” to let sex criminals follow our wives and daughters into their rest rooms and dressing rooms.

  • Ulli says:

    Hey Steven A. Cahillane!!!!!!!
    “Start YOUR day with maximum gay”. What is that for a nonsens adverstising? With LGBT Cereal??? I hope your Gay community will benefit greatly and bring you enough money to make up for all the others who will not buy your products any longer!
    With no respect!

  • P. Martineau says:

    I strongly dislike your commercials for Raisin Bran featuring a father and daughter. In all three different commercials the daughter is so sarcastic and unpleasant toward her father.

  • Nancy Jeffery says:

    I recently purchased a box of Pop Tart snacks, frosted strawberry. When I opened them, every package was not frosted. I was disappointed because I do not like the unfrosted bites. I am unsure if I will buy them again.

  • Bill says:

    BRING BACK PRODUCT 19!!! I was thinking I’d love a bowl of Product 19 cereal (don’t eat cereal very much anymore) and what do you think I found out; NO MORE PRODUCT 19!! Very disappointed.


    Good Morning:

    My name is Richard Martin and i live in Tillamook, Or.
    The reason for this email is to ask how we get your Kellogg’s K with the Bananas and strawberries on the shelves of our local Fred Meyers store and Safeway. I have talked to the managers and was told they don’t ever get it included in their order.
    i keep seeing your ad on television and really would like to get a box to try.

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