Health

Well-being

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We share your interest in well-being.

The people of General Mills have stories as plentiful as our passion is deep. We love food, and it shows.

Growing up on an Iowa farm, Kathy Wiemer had a keen understanding of how food moves from farm to fork.

Kathy brings that understanding and love of food, as well as a strong sense of responsibility, to her role as Fellow in the General Mills Bell Institute of Health and Nutrition.

She ensures that General Mills’ products meet or exceed all corporate and governmental nutrition regulations and policies.

Tom Rabaey is a champion for bees.  As a principal scientist in crop biosciences at General Mills, Rabaey was concerned with the decline in the bee population.

Tom recognizes that bees make it possible for us to enjoy many foods that would no longer be available in the absence of bee pollination.

He acted to find collaborators across the country to help produce bee-friendly almonds in California.  

Those almonds, as well as organic honey, are now found in many of our offerings.