[06 August/Food Dive] Kellogg is shutting down a facility in Atlanta by October, laying off 108 employees. The company states that the Atlanta plant does not allow for cost-effective expansion and growth. Through its Project K cost-cutting program, Kellogg has been streamlining its organization and cutting jobs across the globe. The goal of the plan was to generate USD$425 million (approx. NZD$661 million) in annual savings by 2018. In 2017, the company changed its distribution methods, causing 1100 job cuts and also cut 250 employees from its North American business, with the lay-off continuing to the current day. Despite restructuring and selling off segments of its business, Kellogg has only seen slightly higher revenues.