Twitter reacts to Kellogg’s removing its name from products and its recent food quality

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For nearly three months, 1,400 Kellogg workers have been on strike for better wages.

The cereal company came under attack when news leaked it was considering hiring replacement employees for the striking workers.

While Kellogg and the union representing the employees are expected to vote on another potential deal soon, the company has gained recent attention after Twitter user @_NevadaMan asked the company why it was removing its name off specific products.

Kellogg responded and some Twitter users aren't having it.

The company has also been tweeting to resolve customer complaints about the quality of food their receiving, including poorly frosted Pop Tarts, mold, and other unidentified objects.

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