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Kellogg Company is donating more than 40 million servings of food to assist with Hurricane Harvey and Irma relief efforts.

The food is being sent to support Feeding America as it works to supply food banks in areas damaged by the storms. Approximately 122 trucks containing donations of Kellogg's® cereal, Pringles®, Kellogg's Nutri-Grain® bars, Cheez-It® crackers and Keebler® crackers and cookies are en route to victims and their families.

"A tremendous crisis requires a tremendous response," said Kris Charles, Senior Vice President, Global Corporate Affairs. "We hope that our donations will help during this difficult time. There is a lot of work ahead for those affected by the hurricanes and Kellogg Company is committed to supporting Feeding America as it provides food to those in need."

The donation is in addition to a monetary contribution of $100,000 from the Kellogg Company Fund. The company has a long history of providing donations to areas affected by natural disasters as part it of its Breakfasts for Better Days™ global signature cause.

People who want to join Kellogg Company’s efforts to feed impacted families can donate to Feeding America.

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