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Kelloggs

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Score
31%
Poor

Kellogg's has improved on supporting women, land rights, water, farmers and most recently,  committing to reduce harmful greenhouse gas emissions across both its supply chain and operations, and help smallholder farmers adapt and push for real advocacy across the private sector and government. But it does poorly on standing by the rights of workers.  

How are the scores formed?

We assessed publicly available information on the policies and commitments of the 'Big 10' food companies towards the sourcing of agricultural commodities from developing countries. The Scorecard looks at seven themes, weighing each theme equally. The index tackles some cutting edge issues that will require rigorous debate and dialogue between companies, civil society and industry experts. Find out more...

What do the scores mean?

  1. 8 - 10Good
  2. 6 - 7Fair
  3. 4 - 5Some progress
  4. 2 - 3Poor
  5. 0 - 1Very poor

Land

Score 2

Kellogg's has taken steps to recognise the land rights of communities. However it shows little understanding of its impacts on land rights.

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Women

Score 3

The support offered to women by Kellogg's is lopsided – it runs projects to empower rural women and has signed onto UN women’s empowerment principles, but seems to have very little awareness of the actual issues women face.

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Farmers

Score 2

Kellogg is currently exploring its impact on farmers in Mexico – but has yet to commit to improving the lives of producers in its supply chain.

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Workers

Score 1

It’s hard to credit Kellogg’s position on workers’ rights. Bottom of our rankings it doesn’t recognize a range of basic rights and shows zero knowledge of conditions faced by workers in its supply chain.

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Climate

Score 6

Kellogg has made huge improvements on climate, by committing to reduce all its supply chain emissions, require suppliers to publish those emissions, help smallholders adapt to a changing climate, and publicly call on peers, other industry sectors and governments to companies to do the same.

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Transparency

Score 3

Kellogg is among the companies scoring low on transparency. It provides more disclosure about sourcing origins, but it is still secretive about its suppliers and how the suppliers are compliant to its supplier guidelines.

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Water

Score 5

Kellogg's has set targets to reduce its water use and shares information about the availability of water where it works. However what’s missing is a commitment to reduce water use along its entire supply chain.

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