As a food company, governments are indicating that our industry is part of a critical infrastructure and we have a special responsibility to help keep our business operational during the evolving coronavirus pandemic. It is critically important that we continue to make safe, nutritious and delicious food that addresses food security needs around the world.



We will continue to hire new employees during this time. If you apply for a job at Kellogg, you can expect the hiring process to be virtual, to keep you and our employees safe. Note, manufacturing roles may require an onsite visit before onboarding; we will provide guidelines prior to any visits.

You can find all of our currently posted jobs and setup job alerts by creating a profile at our job search site.

The Kellogg recruitment team will keep you updated if circumstances change and your application, interview or onboarding is impacted.


We are aware that there are a number of scams targeting current job seekers. All legitimate Kellogg jobs will be posted on our official job search site. Therefore, if you find a Kellogg job posting on a third-party job site, it should always direct you to our official job search site.

Kellogg will not ask you to provide money or financial account information, such as bank account or routing numbers, as part of our application or job offer process. If you suspect an employment-related scam involving Kellogg, please contact us.


We have implemented a number of measures at our manufacturing facilities that adhere to CDC and WHO guidelines, including enhanced cleaning and sanitization of our operations and for our teams; significantly limiting or prohibiting visitors to the plants; employee temperature checks; and changing our practices to follow safe distancing guidelines from our colleagues wherever possible.


For employees outside of our manufacturing facilities, we are adhering to local government guidelines. Our office employees are working from home during this time unless they have a role that requires them to be in a Kellogg location.


Most important, we hope you and your loved ones remain healthy. The coronavirus pandemic is putting food insecure populations at greater risk, especially children who rely on school meals. As always, through our global Kellogg’s Better Days purpose platform, we help deliver critical nourishment to families when they need it most. Kellogg is a company with a heart and soul. This has never been more apparent than now, as we work together across our company to help our food banks partners and neighbors in need during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

To date, Kellogg and its charitable funds have now donated $7.5 million in food and funds to global COVID-19 food relief efforts through Global FoodBanking Network, Feeding America and United Way.

In every region, our food bank partners are stretched to their limits. They’re providing more food to more people, and they’re doing so without their strong network of volunteers. They need us now more than ever. That’s why we at Kellogg extend our heartfelt thanks to every food bank worker around the world, as well as our own our “front-line” employees working to provide food to families worldwide. The latest updates on COVID-19 will be posted on