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Kellogg and Cereal-Plant Union Reach a Tentative Deal to End Two-Month Strike

  • Tentative agreement includes wage increase for legacy workers
  • Vote on pact scheduled for Dec. 5, to be counted next day
Kellogg workers striking outside a Kellogg plant in Michigan in October.

Kellogg workers striking outside a Kellogg plant in Michigan in October.

Photographer: Rey Del Rio/Getty Images

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Kellogg Co. and the union representing about 1,400 of its cereal-plant workers said they reached a tentative labor agreement, potentially ending a strike that began nearly two months ago.

The agreement between Kellogg and the members of the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union “includes an accelerated, defined path to legacy wages and benefits for transitional employees, and wage increases and enhanced benefits for all,” Kellogg said on a website. The union plans to hold a vote on Dec. 5.