April 2016 | KelloggsNutrition.com

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3 g fiber and 4 g protein per serving, gluten free.

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8 g whole grains and 3 g fiber per serving

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Dear Subscriber,

In honor of Earth Day on April 22, we focus on the importance of farmers, the land and food security. Get a glimpse at how we support the earth, how grains help feed the world – and how you can share some knowledge with our new resource.

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Farmers, the Land and Food Security –
We All Can Make a Difference

We know you care about where your food comes from, the people who grow and make it, and that everyone has enough. That’s why we’re sharing some of our efforts to support farmers and protect the land.

For instance, Kellogg is helping improve livelihoods and food security among the farming families and communities who grow our ingredients by:

• Supporting thousands of farmers around the world through our Kellogg’s Origins™ Sustainable Agriculture Program, which is committed to support 500,000 farmers by 2025.

• Focusing on smallholder and women farmers who can contribute to the world’s food supply, but often lack the resources to do so. As one example, we partner with our suppliers and local organizations in Bolivia to support quinoa farmers with soil health training.

• Helping to increase productivity and resilience through Climate-Smart Agriculture practices to help farmers produce more food while reducing, when possible, the natural resources used in agriculture.

• Providing training to farmers to help reduce post-harvest food losses.

Here’s How Grains Help Feed the World –
Now, That’s Power!

Here’s an earthshaking prediction: The human population is expected to reach 9.6 billion by 2050, and grains will be a vital source of nutrients to feed the world.1 In fact, today, just three grains – rice, wheat and corn – supply 60% of the world’s food energy and are a staple to 4 billion people.2 They’re also an important protein source, with wheat alone providing approximately 20% of the daily protein consumed by 4.5 billion people.3

Here’s how you can help spread the good word about grains: Download our new compendium, The Power of Grains – a fact-filled guide featuring flavorful grains and their vital role as sustainable, nutritious and affordable foods.

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1 United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs. World population projected to reach 9.6 billion by 2050. Available at: https://www.un.org/development/desa/en/news/population/un-report-world-population-projected-to-reach-9-6-billion-by-2050.html. Accessed March 7, 2016.

2 Food and Agriculture Organization. Staple Foods: What do People Eat? Available at: http://www.fao.org/docrep/u8480e/u8480e07.htm., Accessed March 7 2016.

3 Second Global Conference on Agricultural Research for Development. October 29 – November 1, 2012. Breakout session P1.1 National Food Security – The Wheat Initiative – an International Research Initiative for Wheat Improvement. Available at: http://www.fao.org/docs/eims/upload/306175/Briefing%20Paper%20(3)-Wheat%20Initative%20-%20H%C3%A9l%C3%A8ne%20Lucas.pdf. Accessed March 7, 2016.

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