US cereal giant “Kellogg’s” to cease South American operations due to Venezuela tumult

Human Interest

by James “JB” Bryson

So a piece of my youth, the breakfast cereal conglomerate based in Battle Creek, MI ( a place I spent much time in) has had to cease operations due to the situation in Venezuela. Brings me sadness at a time when everyone could use a nice bowl of “Frosted Flakes”, that this has to occur. Truly hoping that why the world focuses on Assad, and Kim Jong Un, that we have quite the mess down near us with Maduro.

READ MORE in LA PRENSA: https://www.prensa.com/economia/Kelloggs-retira-Venezuela-debido-politica_0_5031246841.html

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