In light of the recent news about Kellogg’s splitting into three separate companies, Kristin sits down with Gene Manwaring to talk about the company’s early packaging in the latest installment of Packaging Past.

Recent news of Kellogg’s splitting into three separate companies had us thinking about the company’s history. So, Packaging Strategies Editor-in-Chief Kristin Joker stopped by booth #157 at the Knightsbridge Antique Mall in Northville, Mich., to talk with Gene Manwaring about it in this episode of Packaging Past. A free sample used to promote its products is shown, and we also learn how a sanitarium works into the creation of breakfast cereals.

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