Kellogg’s Apologizes for Promising to Feed Hungry Kids if Retweeted

Kellogg’s UK is apologizing after a tweet aiming to drum up support for the company’s ‘Give A Child A Breakfast’ campaign backfired and made it appear as if the company was withholding food from hungry children unless it was retweeted. Jen Markham explains.

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