Thursday, September 12, 2019

BREAKING: Kellogg’s responds to our petition on TV appearance

We’ve now surpassed 25,000 signatures on our petition to Kellogg’s. This is amazing!!! But our work is not done. We are taking on a multi-billion dollar food company, and need all the help we can get. 

** IMPORTANT: Please share our petition with everyone you know. Simply hit the social share buttons to share instantly. It takes 2 seconds. 

We are getting Kellogg’s attention. I made an appearance on Fox46 this morning to discuss how important this petition is and we received an official response. Watch the news clip here:


Kellogg’s provided Fox46 with the following letter in response to our petition: (red text is my comments)

The truth is that Kellogg’s has made NO PROGRESS. This brings up questions about their real intentions. 

Why is Kellogg’s creating brand NEW cereals with artificial ingredients if they truly want to remove these chemicals? 

Kellogg’s makes Froot Loops and Unicorn Cereal in other countries without artificial colors or BHT, so they already have the formula. They know how to do this. 

unicorn cereal ingredients in america vs. australia


Back in 2015 Kellogg’s said that 75% of their cereals were made without artificial colors. Now they are saying that 87% of their cereals are without artificial colors. And they call this “significant progress”? What has Kellogg’s been doing for the last 4 years? Which cereal did they remove artificial colors from? You’ll still find it in their ever-popular Froot Loops and Apple Jacks.

And again, they keep churning out new children’s cereals full of them…

They refuse to address the preservative BHT in their U.S. cereals. In 2015 Kellogg’s told reporters they were “actively testing natural alternatives” to BHT. So, are they going to remove it like they do in other countries? 

Does Kellogg’s really intend on dumping the artificial ingredients? They keep saying one thing, but doing another. This is unethical. Don’t you agree?

Call out Kellogg’s Lies and continue sharing this petition. We can’t let them get away with this! 

We’ve got to hold Kellogg’s accountable. Artificial colors should NOT be in food – especially in food marketed with cartoons aimed at our children. These dyes require a warning label in other countries because they cause hyperactivity in children. Kellogg’s knows this. This is outrageous!

Even if you’re not a parent, or would never ever feed your child Kellogg’s Baby Shark Cereal, your support for this petition is helping others. Not everyone knows what these artificial ingredients are doing to their kids. I get emails like this one all the time…

“After being told about your blog by family members, I have completely changed how I shop and feed my family. And have seen improvements in my kids when we’ve cut out food dyes from our diet. I have one son that is borderline ADHD, has classic symptoms, and when he’s had a red Gatorade, for example, he’s off the chart crazy and goes bonkers. It’s insane what is in our food system in the USA, of all places!! It drives me crazy when I talk to moms who’s kids have actually been diagnosed with ADHD and are medicated for it, but they give them colored gatorade or Cheetos or other foods that have food dye in them that are just pouring fuel on the fire and they don’t even know it. So, I gently point them to it because it’s crazy how unaware most consumers are. It makes me sick and I for sure put my money where my mouth is and only shop organic and brands I know are striving for more whole natural foods. Thank you for all you do to push this agenda!! “ – Emily

It is time to stop Kellogg’s lies! If you do anything today, please share our petition and help spread the word.

You are making a meaningful difference in our world and I can’t thank you enough!



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