We strive to make lives better by making delicious food accessible for all.
Our family of 20+ cereal brands include nostalgic breakfast time favorites and new innovations.
We make a variety of delicious cereals and snacks that target all taste buds and dietary preferences.
Find out what’s been in our bowl lately – from new cereals and products to exciting campaigns and promotions, to community involvement and more.
Enjoy Post cereals outside the bowl in a variety of unique and flavorful recipes.
Our programs and processes that prioritize doing right by our employees, the environment, and our local communities.
It’s a privilege to start the day at your table. We believe it’s our responsibility to make better happen by putting into action our ethical principles of integrity, honesty and respect for others.
Post Consumer Brands manufacturing plants work to optimize water usage by implementing sustainable practices.
Hear about Post’s latest corporate social responsibility initiatives to protect the environment, give back to local communities and empower our people.
Post’s Niagara Falls cereal manufacturing plant has been a zero-waste-to-landfill facility for over five years thanks to our dedicated employees! Get an inside look at what zero-waste processes look like at Post.
Learn about Post’s efforts to protect the environment through choosing sustainable alternative energy sources – with programs for water reduction, waste management and more.
At Post, our passions reach beyond just cereal. Learn about Post’s employee-funded giving back foundation, the Better Together Foundation, and causes and organizations the Foundation has supported since 1966.
Hear from employees about ways Post prioritizes giving back to our local communities through volunteer programs, fundraiser events, food donations and more.
100 employees from Post Consumer Brands volunteered with Greater Twin Cities United Way to pack 800 backpacks with essential school supplies.
Hear directly from our summer interns on how they spent their time with Post Consumer Brands.
You don’t have to jump from company to company to achieve your career goals. Hear from Post® employees about our endless learning and career development opportunities!
Post® interns don’t deliver coffee. Instead, they drive real breakfast CPG industry and company change and innovation. Discover our early career growth opportunities that drive our interns to stay and develop their careers full time.
Every spring, the Post Cereal team awards annual grant funds to non-profits in the Battle Creek area to help them fund and achieve their missions. Learn more about our 2022 grants.
Post teams and leaders see value in developing employees and partnering to offer trades apprenticeship programs.
As part of Grape-Nuts cereal’s 125th anniversary, the brand set out to champion many of the amazing female explorers who are boldly exploring the limits of the planet and blazing new trails along the way.
Post Consumer Brands believes it has a responsibility to help those facing food insecurity, which is why the company launched a new companywide volunteer initiative called “Ingredients for Good” during April’s National Volunteer Month.
Meet key packaging leaders and learn more about Post’s cereal packaging development process in recognition of National Packaging Design Day on May 7.
Made possible by the support of Post team members, retirees, and Post Consumer Brands, the Better Together Employee Foundation provided more than $165,000 in grants in 2021.
From crafty storage solutions to confetti poppers, discover five ways you can recycle your cereal box or bag and make something useful, crafty, or fun—just like Post® cereals!
The first cereal to scale Everest will award up to $125,000 to a new generation of adventurers.
Post supports and strengthens communities by donating millions of bowls of cereal every year. Hunger donations also help to reduce food waste and preserve our natural resources.
To make your favorite Post® and Malt-O-Meal® cereals and snacks, we source wheat, cocoa, rice, and more. We strive to responsibly source these ingredients to reduce our environmental impact and preserve our natural resources.
The Post manufacturing team in Northfield Minnesota donated 100 lbs. of Malt-O-Meal® Chocolate Marshmallow Mateys® cereal to the local Tanzenwald Brewing Company.
Post Canada in Niagara Falls marks five years as a zero-food waste to landfill facility, as a part of our commitment to sustainability and help end world hunger.
The journey behind Post® cereals from our kitchen to your cereal bowl is shorter than you think! Discover the transportation process behind our cereals and products.
Our Post® team follows three key steps to ensure customers and the people behind your favorite breakfast cereals are safe – from the moment our cereals are made to your first bite.
See our Post® cereal cooking process in action – from mixing the ingredients together in a kettle to adding granola, fruit and more.
Teams at our manufacturing facilities and offices in the U.S. and Canada are making better happen in their communities during the holiday season with food drives, donations, and more.
Learn about Post’s sustainability accomplishments, commitments to DEI, employee safety, and more in Post Holdings’ 2021 Environmental, Social and Governance Report.
Discover the story behind how we source and transport your favorite Post® cereal ingredients.
2 million pounds of packaging material use down, and many more to go! Get an inside look at how we’re working towards increasingly eco-friendly cereal packaging.
This event featured a demonstration of the first all-electric terminal tractor in Minnesota, which is used to transport Post and Malt-O-Meal cereals between facilities and reduce environmental impact.
Celebrate Hunger Action Month and learn more about Post’s commitment to hunger relief
The Greater Twin Cities Action Day provides school supplies to local students.
Post Consumer Brands has been making strides through wind energy credit purchases, local utility partnerships, and energy efficiency projects.
Post Consumer Brands will match donations to Feed the Children this summer to address food insecurity brought on by the economic effects of COVID-19.
Post’s $10,000 donation will provide more than 30 grants to military children across the United States
Reduce, reuse and recycle: How we’re making our packaging more environmentally friendly and what you can do
From toy drives to food donations, our offices and manufacturing plants are making the holidays brighter in their communities.
Post Consumer Brands will match your donations to Second Harvest Heartland and the Greater Twin Cities United Way for Give to the Max Day on November 19, up to $100,000.
The Post Consumer Brands plant in Tremonton, Utah donated $20,000 to local community organizations helping those impacted by the pandemic.
Donations will help local hunger relief efforts and other community programs supported by United Way of Randolph County and Christians United Outreach Center.
Employees reunited to pick up cupcake kits, jam to a live DJ, and celebrate 125 years of the Post brand and 100 years of the Malt-O-Meal brand.
With safety as the No. 1 priority, Post Consumer Brands develops innovative approach for the 2020 summer internship program.
Post Consumer Brands announced today that it is committing an additional $1 million to its previously announced $2 million special cash bonus program for all full-time and temporary employees at its 11 U.S. and Canadian plants and distribution centers.
The donation will provide 600 bicycles to tweens and teens in foster care, enabling them to build the confidence and experience the many physical and emotional benefits that having a bike brings.
Join us and team up with Honey Bunches of Oats and Major League Soccer player Christian Ramirez. Together we can help Feed the Children beat hunger across the country and in your community.
The videos feature artists and creators who have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Post Consumer Brands commits $2 million to bonus program, donates more than $1 million in cash and product to hunger relief organizations.
Employees presented a $25,000 donation to the Food Bank of Northeast Arkansas to mark Malt-O-Meal’s 100-year and Post’s 125-year legacy of feeding families.
The Engineering Challenge aims to support girls who are interested in engineering careers, matching them with corporate mentors.
Through a series of fun and unique activities, the team raised almost $1,000 per person.
Networking events and internship and rotational program opportunities drive early career development.
Local students studying at Jonesboro High School get on-the-job experience with Post Consumer Brands.
During the holiday season and throughout the year, our employees are working to support and strengthen the communities where we live and work.
Post Consumer Brands Canada marked our milestone anniversaries by volunteering, packing more than 8,600 pounds of food for those in need.
St. Ansgar gave more than $30,000 to the community to celebrate Post’s and Malt-O-Meal’s milestone anniversaries.
Bollettieri’s leadership will help strengthen economic opportunity in Minnesota communities.
Post Consumer Brands will match your donations to Second Harvest Heartland and the Greater Twin Cities United Way for Give to the Max Day on November 14, up to $100,000.
The non-profit has been fighting to end childhood hunger for more than 40 years.
The Fairburn distribution center will remove more than two million miles annually from our distribution network.
Company to donate $250,000 to hunger relief organizations in 10 local communities.
Post Consumer Brands Utah teams marked our two milestone anniversaries, celebrating in Tremonton with $25,000 in donations to local food pantries.
Post in Battle Creek hosts the second annual Franklin Neighborhood Clean-Up & Block Party.
September is Hunger Action Month and we’re reflecting on our teams’ hunger relief efforts in their local communities.
For every goal scored at the Target USA Cup youth soccer tournament, Post will donate 25 boxes of cereal to Second Harvest Heartland, up to 125,000 boxes.
Post leaders awarded for their outstanding contributions to the retail food industry.
The Barbara’s Believe in Better Contest recognizes American youth “doing better” by leading a do-good, non-profit, charity, school or community project.
Close to our headquarters in Lakeville, Minnesota is one of the nation’s most vibrant Cinco de Mayo festivals.