On Kellogg’s Workers Rejecting Company Contract Offer

Screenshot from NBC’s Today Show.

Kellogg’s workers have rightfully rejected a paltry offer from management. From Food Business News: “Adjusted operating profit in North America was $334 million in the third quarter, up 4% from $321 million in the same period a year ago. Sales were virtually unchanged year over year, decreasing only slightly to $2.055 billion from $2.059 billion.”

Overall business and profits are down a bit due to supply chain and the strike, but the company is doing fine and can afford to pay its workers. Plus it’s worth noting there would be no Kellogg’s profits at all for the bosses and shareholders were it not for the workers producing & shipping.

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