The Goals Database
Kellogg Company, The
Responsible Fiber Sourcing
Eliminate Unfavorable Materials
Kellogg has already made steps toward “greening” its own facilities. In April 2018, the company announced the transition to compostable and paper food service products in all of its plants and offices globally by the end of 2018, fully eliminating all remaining single-use foam and plastic serviceware, plastic straws and plastic water bottles.
Renewable / Alternative Energy
By 2020, expand the use of low-carbon energy in our plants by 50% from a 2015 baseline.
By 2050, source 100% renewable electricity.
By 2020, reduce energy use by an additional 15%
Continue adding value to foods and the planet by increasing our use of resource-efficient packaging
By 2020, implement water reuse projects in 25% of our plants.
By 2020, reduce our water use by an additional 15% (per metric ton of food produced, from our 2015 performance).
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
By 2020, reduce GHG emissions in our plants by an additional 15% per metric tonne of food produced from a 2015 baseline
By 2050, reduce Scope 1 & 2 emissions in our operations by 65% (from our 2015 performance).
By 2050, partner with our direct suppliers to help reduce their Scope 3 emissions by 50 percent (including agriculture) from a 2015 baseline
Manufacturing / Operational Waste
By 2020, reduce total waste by an additional 15% (per metric ton of food produced, from our 2015 performance).
Design For Recovery
Kellogg Company announced [October 25th, 2018] that it is expanding its Global Sustainability Commitments to include a goal of working towards 100 percent reusable, recyclable or compostable packaging by the end of 2025.