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Kellogg Company (K)

3/7/2006 Proxy Information

The trustees of the W. K. Kellogg Foundation Trust (the “Trust”) are James M. Jenness, William C. Richardson, Shirley Bowser, and The Bank of New York. The W. K. Kellogg Foundation, a Michigan charitable corporation (the “Foundation”), is the sole beneficiary of the Trust. Under the agreement governing the Trust (the “Agreement”), at least one trustee of the Trust must be a member of the Foundation’s Board and one member of the Company’s Board must be a trustee of the Trust. The Agreement provides if a majority of the trustees of the Trust (which majority must include the corporate trustee) cannot agree on how to vote the stock of the Company, the Foundation has the power to direct the voting of such stock. With certain limitations, the Agreement also provides that the Foundation has the power to approve successor trustees, and to remove any trustee of the Trust.

Gund Family Trusts beneficially owns more than 5% of Class with 8.8% and KeyCorp, as trustee for certain Gund family trusts, holds 7.9%.

3/16/2005 Proxy Information

The trustees of the W. K. Kellogg Foundation Trust (the “Trust”) are James M. Jenness, William C. Richardson, Jonathan T. Walton (until March 16, 2005 and Shirley Bowser thereafter), and The Bank of New York. The W. K. Kellogg Foundation, a Michigan charitable corporation (the “Foundation”), is the sole beneficiary of the Trust. Under the agreement governing the Trust (the “Agreement”), at least one trustee of the Trust must be a member of the Foundation’s Board and one member of the Company’s board must be a trustee of the Trust. The Agreement provides if a majority of the trustees of the Trust (which majority must include the corporate trustee) cannot agree on how to vote the stock of the Company, the Foundation has the power to direct the voting of such stock. With certain limitations, the Agreement also provides that the Foundation has the power to approve successor trustees, and to remove any trustee of the Trust.

3/17/2004 Proxy Information

The trustees of the W. K. Kellogg Foundation Trust (the “Trust”) are Carlos M. Gutierrez, William C. Richardson, Jonathan T. Walton, and The Bank of New York. The W. K. Kellogg Foundation, a Michigan charitable corporation (the “Foundation”), is the sole beneficiary of the Trust. Under the agreement governing the Trust (the “Agreement”), at least one trustee of the Trust must be a member of the Foundation’s Board and one trustee of the Trust must be a member of the Company’s Board. The Agreement provides if a majority of the trustees of the Trust (which majority must include the corporate trustee) cannot agree on how to vote the stock of the Company, the Foundation has the power to direct the voting of such stock. With certain limitations, the Agreement also provides that the Foundation has the power to approve successor trustees, and to remove any trustee of the Trust.

3/14/2003 Proxy Information

The trustees of the W. K. Kellogg Foundation Trust (the “Trust”) are Carlos M. Gutierrez, William C. Richardson, Jonathan T. Walton, and The Bank of New York. The W. K. Kellogg Foundation, a Michigan charitable corporation (the “Foundation”), is the sole beneficiary of the Trust. Under the agreement governing the Trust (the “Agreement”), at least one trustee of the Trust must be a member of the Foundation’s Board and one trustee of the Trust must be a member of the Company’s Board. The Agreement provides if a majority of the trustees of the Trust (which majority must include the corporate trustee) cannot agree on how to vote the stock of the Company, the Foundation has the power to direct the voting of such stock. With certain limitations, the Agreement also provides that the Foundation has the power to approve successor trustees, and to remove any trustee, of the Trust.