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A Memphis man has been sentenced to 10 months in federal prison after urinating on a conveyor belt at a Kellogg factory.

A man who urinated on a Kellogg cereal conveyor belt has been sentenced to 10 months in prison, but it reveals an even more disturbing reality plaguin...

A Memphis man has been sentenced to 10 months in prison after posting footage of himself urinating on a conveyor belt at a Kellogg factory.

Kellogg has agreed to sell its Keebler and Famous Amos businesses to Ferrero for $1.3 billion

Kellogg has agreed to sell Keebler and Famous Amos for $1.3 billion to the Italian chocolate maker Ferrero Rocher.

Meet Kathleen Wilson-Thompson, the HR executive that just joined Tesla’s board following its $20 million SEC settlement

Kathleen Wilson-Thompson, who spent her career at Kellogg's and Walgreens, joined Tesla's board along with Oracle chairman Larry Ellison.
A former Kellogg worker faces up to three years in prison for urinating on the cereal production line.

A man faces up to 3 years in prison after urinating on a Kellogg cereal conveyor belt, but it reveals an even more disturbing truth plaguing workers

A former Kellogg worker faces up to three years in prison after urinating on the cereal production line.

Kellogg is closing the ‘cereal cafe’ in New York City that charges $7 per bowl to open an even bigger one — here’s what to exp...

Kellogg is closing its cereal café after a little more than one year of serving up gourmet breakfast-inspired treats.

Everyone on Twitter is making the same joke about how Jeff Sessions looks like a Keebler elf

Does Jeff Sessions look kind of like a Keebler elf — namely, Ernie Keebler, the best-known of the elfin bakers?

It’s National Cereal Day — here’s the most popular cereal in each state

People from Colorado are Googling Cinnamon Toast Crunch, while Florida is chowing down on Special K.

Legal pot sales are projected to beat cereal sales in just two years

Legal marijuana sales are predicted to beat ready-to-eat breakfast cereal sales by 2019.

It’s National Cereal Day— and 1 chef is changing the food like never before

Milk at the bottom of a cereal bowl inspired chef Christina Tosi to create a cookie empire and now she's changing the way people think about a breakfast classic