Kellogg CFO Retiring

May 6, 2016

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Kellogg CFO Retiring

Kellogg Co. chief financial officer Ron Dissinger will retire at the end of 2016.

Dissinger will step down as CFO effective Dec. 31, but will remain with Kellogg into 2017 to help ensure an orderly transition to his successor. An internal and external search for a new company CFO will now commence.

"Ron has had an extraordinary, nearly three-decade career with Kellogg, including the past six years as CFO and a highly valued member of our Global Leadership Team," said John Bryant, Kellogg Co. chairman and CEO. "Over the years, we have relied on Ron's business acumen, disciplined approach to finance, and extensive knowledge of our global organization to provide strategic financial leadership across every aspect of our business.

"Ron has also led or played a central role in a number of other major initiatives that have helped to position Kellogg for the future," said Bryant. "These include acquisitions such as Pringles and Bisco Misr, as well as Kellogg Integrated Margin Management, Project K, Zero-Based Budgeting, and the development of our 2020 Growth Plan.

"We thank Ron for his many contributions to Kellogg over the years, as well as for continuing to serve our company in 2017 before he transitions into retirement," Bryant concluded.

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