A Look at Kellog's, P&G and Whole Foods Earnings

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Aug. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Adam Johnson looks at earnings from Kellog's, Procter & Gamble and Whole Foods market on Bloomberg Television's "Lunch Money." (Source: Bloomberg)

I'll -- aisle and kellogg.

Sales are up to quarter but will slow in the second half and foreign exchange may impact earnings.

Bottom line, kellogg saves a couple of pennies from the full- year guidance of 3.85 dollars.

-- $3.85. ) gamble -- lower income because it sold pringles to kellogg last year.

The former ceo returns to the corner office.

Whole foods profits on the rise.

Volumes are up as the organic grocer competes on price and expanded locations here they are even opening a store in brooklyn with a greenhouse roof garden.

What else are they coming up with at whole foods?

We will continue to flex on store size.

It gives us the flexibility to go into a number of new markets to go towards our growth total.

Remember, our square footage growth is actually accelerating now.

Number two, we will continue to raise the bar of standards.

We will go places where others cannot go or are not willing to go in terms of the quality of the products that we sell.

Number three, we will continue to evolve the actual in-store experience.

We stepped up the online ordering tool for the holiday orders just dirt -- last year.

We significantly improved that we expected to be very robust this fall.

The principal ways we first invested is in our new, and commerce platform, and we are now putting it in place.

It gives us the ability to rotate mobile, social, e- commerce as well as in-store.

It is a 360 system that allows us to serve customers from whatever angle they come at us.

We should note, whole foods has been ranked by "fortune" as one of the 100 best place to work for 15 years in a row.

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