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President of Kellogg North America to Step Down in April

February 23, 2018
The current president of Kellogg North America plans to step down. Image courtesy of Flickr user jeepersmedia
The current president of Kellogg North America plans to step down. Image courtesy of Flickr user jeepersmedia

Food manufacturer Kellogg Company announced that the current president of its Kellogg North America business will leave the company this spring in a Feb. 16 filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

The Battle Creek, MI firm’s document said Paul Norman will depart the company on April 1, with the Kellogg North America unit under the helm of the company’s chief executive officer Steve Cahillane until a successor is appointed.

“We would like to express our gratitude and appreciation for all that you [Norman] have contributed across our organization during your 30-plus years at Kellogg Co.,” said Cahillane in a letter published by Food Processing. “We wish you and your family only the very best as you transition to the next chapter in your remarkable career.”

Serving Kellogg since 1987, Norman has held a number of executive positions at the company over the decades, according to a report by Food Business News, including posts as president of Kellogg Canada and president of Kellogg International.

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