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Kellogg splits into three

The US giant separates the snack section from the cereal section

The wheat crisis also hits hard "unsuspected" brands that run for cover. The example comes from the United States where Kellogg, the global breakfast cereal giant, has expressed its intention to split into three independent companies. The goal, the company said, is to simplify the structure and focus on the snack business, even if the initiative seems to be aimed above all at protecting the part dedicated...

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