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Kellogg’s Progress on Reducing Sugar and Sodium in Cereals

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Continuing to Achieve Our 2020 Goals

For more than a decade we've been committed to reducing the sugar and sodium in our cereals. In 2014, we set specific reduction targets, to be achieved by 2020, as part of our Kellogg's Global Breakfast Food Beliefs.

Sugar:
We have pledged to lower sugar so that 90% of our cereals have 10 grams or less of sugar per 30 gram serving. In 2015 we were 3% away from reaching our 2020 goal.

Percent of cereals with 10g or less of sugar

Sodium:
We also promised to reduce the sodium in our cereals with a two-part goal. We've continued to make progress across the board, exceeding our goal of a 30% overall sodium reduction in our cereals five years ahead of schedule. At the end of 2015, we were at 33%, up from 29% a year earlier.

Percent of sodium reduction in cereals since 2007

Looking ahead:
We're committed to improving our cereals for you and your family and know we still have a lot of work to do on the second half of our sodium goal: achieving 85% of cereals with 150 mg or less of sodium per 30 gram serving. Continue to follow along on our journey as we share updates throughout the upcoming years.

Percent of cereals with 150mg or less of sodium

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