USA: Kellogg - preparing for life after cereals - COMMENT
Kellogg has announced a cut in profit targets. Earnings projections have been lowered as Kellogg prepares for the acquisition of Keebler, the US cookie maker. While buying Keebler helps to reduce its dependence on cereals, it won't be enough. A combination of revitalizing cereal sales and further product diversification will be needed to get Kellogg back on track.
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