This episode takes you from rice farms in the Lower Mississippi River Basin to a college dining hall in Fairfax, Va., showing how Kellanova is driving changes in the ways its products such as Rice Krispies Treats are produced, packaged and consumed to minimize their impact on the environment.
Janelle Meyers has +20 years of experience enhancing economic, environmental and social performance of global value chains, products and services. Janelle joined Kellanova, previously Kellogg Company, in February 2016. Prior to becoming the Chief Sustainability Officer in Dec 2021, Janelle held several roles in Global Procurement, including leading Kellogg’s Global Supplier Relationship Management, Supplier Diversity and Responsible Sourcing programs.
Diana Blass is a journalist and video producer specializing in technology and cultural trends. She is the founder of Diana Blass Productions and a contributor to Nation's Restaurant News. Her work has been featured on Fox Television Stations, the Discovery Channel, CRN, Light Reading and other digital platforms.
Kellanova (NYSE: K) is a leader in global snacking, international cereal and noodles, and North America frozen foods with a legacy stretching back more than 100 years. Powered by differentiated brands including Pringles® , Cheez-It® , Pop-Tarts® , Kellogg's Rice Krispies Treats® , RXBAR® , Eggo® , MorningStar Farms® , Special K® , Coco Pops® , and more, Kellanova’s vision is to become the world’s best-performing snacks-led powerhouse, unleashing the full potential of our differentiated brands and our passionate people. Kellanova is projected to generate annualized net sales of more than $13 billion in 2023.