Kellogg Company is not only one of the largest food companies in the world, it is also one of the most recognizable. To chief sustainability officer Diane Holdorf, both of these facts mean that Kellogg has a "business imperative" to conserve natural resources.
Sitting down with Elaine Hsieh, director of the VERGE program for GreenBiz Group, Holdorf explained how she sets robust commitments for her company to improve its value chain. She believes that Kellogg's position at "the intersection of health, hunger, climate and sustainable food systems" means that it has the ability to deliver not only for stakeholders but also for the United Nation's SDGs.
Holdorf wants to "ensure that our sustainability work serves to help commercial strategies around our food and around our brand," for customers and producers. At Kellogg Company, sustainability can drive a sustainable business.