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Kellogg’s to Shutter 39 Distribution Centers as Layoffs Loom

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posted on Feb, 10 2017 @ 04:58 AM

originally posted by: IAMTAT
Haven't bought any of their products for months. Don't miss it one bit.

It should have been boycotted long ago purely based on their GMO. But that's just me.

Kellogg’s Cereals: Double Dose Of GMO Pesticides & Antibiotics

While im glad these death corps are getting hit hard; they aren't being hit for the more important reasons, which is that it can and will harm your body. Instead the focus is on Trump, and that to me is a big distraction from the truth. If I had to take a wild guess; they are committing corporate suicide on purpose. (But even if they do, they rise again like a phoenix under a different name or brand/damage control.)

I would have been happier if they were exposed for what they really were. Can't help but feel disappointed in a sense.
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posted on Feb, 10 2017 @ 09:22 AM
a reply to: SoulSurfer

Kelloggs also purchased it's palm oil from Soros-owned plantations involved in child slavery.
There are plenty of reasons to demand this corrupt company change it's ways.
edit on 10-2-2017 by IAMTAT because: (no reason given)

posted on Feb, 10 2017 @ 09:27 AM
...not to mention it's issues with product safety and quality control:

Video of Man Urinating on Cereal in Kellogg's Plant Goes Viral

Kellogg's Confirms Peed On Cereal Sold - And Eaten
edit on 10-2-2017 by IAMTAT because: video added

posted on Feb, 10 2017 @ 09:56 AM
a reply to: IAMTAT

a reply to: IAMTAT

I just hope it all comes to light. Here's hoping for sessions to do something about it. There is a list of things they need to do in order to prove their worth:
1. Expose GMO
2. Expose Vaccines cause autism
3. Investigate Planned Parenthood
4. Investigate Pizzagate (and arrest those that are obviously guilty.)
5. Clinton foundation
6. benghazi
7. The truth behind 9-11
8 . Dismantle the mainstream media
the list goes on and on (I am sure you and others would add many more to that list)
but I would also add , as a grand finale, to end the fed, and to expose the Jesuit order. To allow the real history of everything to come to light.

For now I remain skeptical, but with a bit of hope. All eyes are on Donald Trump's move. But if you really wish to see how I feel about it; a call for an uprising explains my own feelings perfectly, because he also sees it from the standpoint of a watchman of the church.


But if biblical prophecy is here now, then everything that is hidden will be revealed.

Here's hoping for the best.
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posted on Feb, 10 2017 @ 10:08 AM
I refuse to buy them after their insults .. and I don't even like Breitbart.

posted on Feb, 10 2017 @ 10:09 AM
We don't feed our kids bowls of cereal because it isn't filling and contributes to the pre-diabetes syndrome of processed grains plus HFCS. Watch your kid eat three bowls of that crap, using denatured milk laced with palmitate, and see them tank up...

We serve a hot homemade breakfast.

Teachers give your kids better grades when they smell faintly of bacon.

posted on Feb, 11 2017 @ 09:26 AM
a reply to: xuenchen

I do not think Kelloggs is suffering from a boycott.

I just think my generation can no longer afford those name brand cereals.

Honestly I, myself, haven't bought anything cereal related. And making a redundant statement about it is the honest truth.

Their cereal is just too expensive. And there isn't enough in a box anymore.

What I remember is opening a brand new box and pouring it in my bowl. And the bowl was big as my head. I would eat 2 or 3 bowls of cereal. It didn't matter what kind. I would do this maybe 3 times before the box was empty.

Now I go to Wal mart and pick up one of those great value packs. You know the dog food bag size. At least that would last me 4 days now. But all together, I have given up on breakfast completely. I am a hoot owl now. I am about to fall asleep even as I type this but.... I think it is a huge combination of things that brought Kelloggs down.

Price, (what is another word for bag size? Quantity? Amount?), and lack of time to sit down and actually eat it.

Cereal bars didn't solve the problem, it just created a new one.

If I took a hold of the company I would produce the cereal in big dog food sized bags like the others, only I would double it. Then ad in a coupon for a cereal container and a scoop so you could easily scoop out large amounts to put into the easy pour container... or just the damn scoop by itself so you could feed your pups, I mean kids, without cluttering up the kitchen utensil cupboard.

But hey... I'm just a loser with a low end middle class job, and a dream that died a long time ago.

edit on 2112017 by GiulXainx because: What the * autocorrect? Loseries? What in the * is loseries? Hang on... checking Google now.

posted on Feb, 11 2017 @ 09:33 AM
a reply to: GiulXainx

I agree the stuff is over-priced, but if what you suggest is true, wouldn't all of the other major cereal companies be in the exact same position as Kellogg?

posted on Feb, 11 2017 @ 10:08 AM
a reply to: IAMTAT

Maybe they are. How do you know for sure that they would not be?

If you look at the pricing of every cereal box the next time you go to Wal mart, keep in mind what you would buy. And then ask yourself if there is something that Kelloggs offers that is at least similar to the box you choose first.

It is not just price, quantity, and time. It is also taste.

I used to love the original Kelloggs cereal. Now... it tastes like.... Kellog. Bland. Boring. I always need to add a bunch of sugar just to eat it. I don't know what they did to their flagship box but... the last time I ever bought it.... I ended up pouring out the entire bowl in disgust.

Something is wrong with it. That is why I said it is more than just one thing tearing them down. The political point seems more like a coincidence. The boycott didn't hurt them. They hurt themselves over the years. Maybe they made compromises. Maybe a flavor ingredient became scarce. Maybe the formula went through some changes to cut corners. Maybe the crops are GMO crops now....

It is a lot of things surrounding this demise of kellogs.

posted on Feb, 11 2017 @ 04:04 PM
I suppose that video of a worker urinating on raw materials on while working on the line in a Kellogg's plant didn't help their sales either.

posted on Feb, 11 2017 @ 04:19 PM
a reply to: GiulXainx

You're right. The stuff doesn't taste the same as it did when I was a kid...although years of destroying my taste buds may also be a factor.

posted on Feb, 11 2017 @ 04:21 PM

originally posted by: butcherguy
I suppose that video of a worker urinating on raw materials on while working on the line in a Kellogg's plant didn't help their sales either.

If your Rice Krispies are already going 'SNAP-CRACKLE-POP' beforeyou pour on the milk...Don't eat it!
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