The Kellogg Co. has announced that they will be donating $100,000 to disaster relief efforts in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.

The Battle Creek company says Monday that since Harvey made landfall on the Gulf Coast Friday, they’ve made the commitment to help support Feeding America with not only money, but the donation of goods as well. Senior VP of Global Corporate Affairs Kris Charles says in a press release that Kellogg’s has already sent over a million servings of cereals and snacks to the Houston Food Bank, and that their “shelf-stable” products will prove important to those “whose lives have been uprooted”.

Kellogg’s says that since 2013, they’ve donated over 2 billion servings of food through their Global Breakfasts for Better Days initiative.

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