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Kellogg to exit Direct Store Delivery business

Staff Writer |
Kellogg Company will begin to exit its Direct Store Delivery (DSD) network in the second quarter.

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It will be transitioning the DSD-distributed portion of the company's U.S. Snacks business to the warehouse model already used by Pringles and the rest of its North American business.

The new model will be transformational for Kellogg, reducing complexity and cost structure while driving growth and profitability for the company and its retail partners.

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