Today, E. Robert Kinney, former chief executive of General Mills, will be remembered by his family and friends at a service in Minneapolis.
He died last week at the age of 96.
Bob was with General Mills from 1968 to 1981, serving as CEO the last four years of his career.
He’s best known, as several articles this week have pointed out, for... View Full Post
Today, Working Mother Magazine released its annual Best Companies for Multicultural Women rankings and General Mills earned a spot for the tenth consecutive year, landing in the elite ‘Top... View Full Post
A mash-up video celebrating nearly 50 magical years of Lucky Charms is now a national TV ad, launching in time for season finale week in the U.S.
The new 15-second spot was inspired by the original,... View Full Post
After a month of hungry competition and thousands of votes from fans across the country, Tablespoon.com and Andrew Zimmern just announced the winners of The Munchie Awards!
The second annual... View Full Post
One of the most rewarding aspects of leading External Relations at General Mills is the opportunity it affords to see the many ways our company lives its mission of Nourishing Lives.
This past year,... View Full Post
It is my belief that successful innovation can only be achieved through collaboration, not only among our own teams but also with the external partner companies we connect with through our open... View Full Post
When we launched “A Taste of General Mills” about two years ago, we set out to use this blog to share stories about the company, our people, our brands, and you.
Nearly 600 stories later, we’d... View Full Post
Growing General Mills’ businesses around the world is a “tremendous opportunity for us,” said Ken Powell, chairman and CEO of General Mills, during a live interview on CNBC TV’s “Street... View Full Post
Second Harvest Heartland, a member of Feeding America and one of the nation’s largest food banks, today announced the recipients of its fourth annual Hunger Hero awards. The Hunger Hero award... View Full Post