24 Apr '12, 9am

"Improved farming methods & reduced water consumption" among key goals 4 breakfast giant Kellogg's

has a huge impact on Kellogg’s business performance. With the percentage of water that ends up in food products only a slim percentage of the company’s overall water consumption, Kellogg’s is taking steps towards more responsible water stewardship. One of its processing plants in Omaha, Nebraska reduced its overall water consumption by 24 percent last year. Another facility in Mexico is combining water efficiency with clean energy as solar power heats hot water for the factory’s boilers. And meanwhile Kellogg’s is committed to transparency with reporting its data to the Water Disclosure Program.

Full article: http://www.triplepundit.com/2012/04/kelloggs-sustainable-...

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