When history relocates to the Mighty Miss
It's where our company got its start in, oh, the 1800s.So it’s appropriate that the new home for all our historical artifacts, including publications, products and portraits, is now near the banks of the Mississippi River in Minneapolis.Says Susan Wakefield, our corporate archivist: “The location brings to life the actual work and dedication of the people, not just the founders and the financiers, but the individuals who worked in the mills."
Some students at the Art Institute in Minneapolis have made our foods fashionable.Jayme Nissen and Shannon Fox paired to create a head-to-toe ensemble made entirely of General Mills products and packages.
William Spoor, who led Pillsbury's growth, dies at 91 (St. Paul Pioneer Press, Nov. 19)
General Mills rolls out naughty and nice holiday foods (Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, Nov. 18)
Clipping forever: Why the humble coupon isn't going away (Bloomberg News, Nov. 17)
5 ways to turn your business into a top company for leaders (Inc., Nov. 12)
How to cook a turkey.
You've finally found the right snack.
A look at the Diversity and Inclusion networks for our employees.
Fashion students design a General Mills outfit.
We recognize the essential role of water to our business and are taking action.
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