Look for the cost of your favorite Kellogg’s cereal to go up if union members ratify the latest contract.
14-hundred members of the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers, and Grain Millers union are voting on a new labor contract with Kellogg’s.
If they ratify the deal, they will head back to work right after Christmas 2021.
The new labor contract is a five-year agreement that includes pay raises and better benefits for rank-and-file workers.
Because Kellogg’s won’t accept lower profits, the only way to pay for higher wages and increased benefits for workers, is to raise prices on its products,
A bowl of cereal, with milk being poured over the cereal.
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