Kellogg announces 50 new jobs

KELLOGG has announced the creation of 50 high-value jobs in Ireland.

The company – the world’s leading producer of breakfast cereals – is recruiting for senior positions in many of its marketing, finance and sales functions at its European headquarters in Swords, while its Irish business is also recruiting people.

Kellogg currently employs about 200 people in Ireland, in both the European headquarters and local Irish business, and expects to grow its workforce to over 250 by the end of the year.


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