Kellogg’s appointed local design specialists TSK to fit-out out their 46,000 square-foot pad in late 2017. Kellogg’s has opened the doors to its swanky new Salford headquarters – where workers can indulge in bowls of free cereal.

The global food manufacturer has taken three floors in the Orange Tower with panoramic views over MediaCityUK, a huge mural of their most iconic characters and ‘living walls’ made of moss. Relocating from Trafford’s Talbot Road after nearly 30 years the cereal giant says the move has enabled a ‘cultural reset’ with more open plan space and a colourful Pringles-themed auditorium.

Visitors to the newly-designed offices are met by a sepia imprint of W.K. Kellogg, the American industrialist who founded the company.

However don’t be fooled by the nostalgic touches, this is a tech enabled office designed for a millennial workforce – even doing away with landlines, favouring Skype to communicate externally. And they haven’t disappointed on the cool office front with a self-service coffee bar, heavily discounted staff shop to stock up on breakfast treats and work pods with retracting roofs.

With a ‘no eating at desk policy’ the 400+ staff also have a choice of dining areas, kitchens and social spaces to mingle as well as bowls of free cereal to perk them up. Kellogg’s headquarters currently houses the company’s UK and Irish sales and marketing business as well as support functions for its European operations, including research, food development, marketing, sales, human resources and finance. Read more from manchestereveningnews.co.uk…

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