BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (AP) - Food maker Kellogg Co. said Monday it swapped the roles of two of its executives.
Kellogg said John A. Bryant is now president of Kellogg North America. Previously, he was chief financial officer of Kellogg and president of Kellogg International.
The company said Bryant will continue to serve as the corporate CFO.
Meanwhile, Jeffrey W. Montie will take over as president of Kellogg International. Montie was previously president of Kellogg North America.
Both are also executive vice presidents of Kellogg.
The company said the new appointments are effective immediately.
Kellogg also said Paul Norman, president of the U.S. morning foods division and senior vice president of Kellogg, will now also be responsible for the company's frozen foods business.
Brad Davidson, president of the U.S. snacks business and senior vice president of Kellogg, will now also oversee the Canadian business unit.
Both of those changes are also effective immediately, Kellogg said.