Some of the makers of our favorite snacks are shaking things up. Kellogg recently announced it plans to separate its company into three independent businesses, with separate enterprises for its snacking, cereal, and plant-based products. It comes as the company's legacy brands have been struggling -- and Kellogg is not alone. Although the pandemic led to consumers revisiting pantry staples like cereal and soup, many are now returning to pre-pandemic diets; and food companies are once again seeing pre-pandemic trends of business being dragged down by their more traditional products and are being forced to find new ways to continue to grow. Greg Portell, lead partner of the global consumer ind joining now to discuss is greg portell, Lead Partner, Global Consumer Industries & Retail Practice at Kearney, joins Cheddar News' Closing Bell to discuss.