Dear Mr. Bryant:
Kellogg’s has long been considered a company that makes wholesome foods for families to enjoy. However, as a Kellogg’s customer, I am greatly saddened to learn that a trusted, family-oriented company such as Kellogg’s has taken sides in a divisive cultural and moral issue by actively promoting the homosexual agenda – and using a beloved children’s icon, Tony the Tiger, to do so.
As one customer stated: “Tony the Tiger needs to be worrying about kid’s nutrition, not adult sex lives.”
Millions of Americans hold views which differ from the opinions pushed by the homosexual agenda. I am one of those millions. I simply cannot support a company that blatantly undermines these values. I urge you to return to a position of neutrality regarding this issue, focusing on providing wholesome products for families.