Responsibility

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Ingredients

We introduced AskGeneralMills.com in 2016. What would you like to know?

We're all focused on the role of food in our overall health and wellness.

Some of us want foods that are gluten-free.

Others want products that contain fewer ingredients.

Or foods that are certified organic.

As a consumer-first company, General Mills offers food to meet diverse needs and preferences.

Two of the many needs we're addressing are:

Gluten free impact

Many people are trying to cut back gluten in their diets. For those with a sensitivity to gluten, it's hard to find affordable, gluten free foods that taste good. 

We have stepped up.

  • General Mills is the second-largest U.S. producer of gluten-free products.
  • In 2016, we offered more than 1,000 gluten free product stock keeping units in North America

Organic 

Since 2000, General Mills has grown our natural and organic business with brand acquisitions, including:

  • Cascadian Farm
  • Muir Glen
  • LÄRABAR
  • Food Should Taste Good
  • Immaculate Baking
  • Liberté
  • Mountain High
  • Annie’s
  • EPIC Provisions
  •  Good Natured Soup

We're tackling the challenge of increasing demand for natural and organic products.

To support double-digit growth in our natural and organic products and ensure the long-term supply of organic ingredients, we are developing capabilities and processes that connect us to our ingredients’ point of origin, building the supply chain to increase capacity and promoting organic farming practices.

More FOOD in our interactive Global Responsibility Report.