Today’s quick hits, June 22, 2022

Big Food lags on CO2 cuts: A new study says that at best food and beverage manufacturers, suppliers and retailers may cut emissions by 29 percent by 2030, well short of the 38 percent goal set out in the 2015 Paris Agreement. (Bloomberg)

Kellogg splits into three: Kellogg plans to split into three separate companies by the end of 2023, with the largest of the new entities devoted to snacks such as Pop-Tarts; the others would be breakfast cereals and a “pure-play plant-based foods company.” (CNN)

Food as weapon, again: Russia, using hunger as a tactical weapon in its war with Ukraine, has adopted a strategy that goes back to ancient times; now it should be deemed a war crime. (The Conversation)

N.C. approves poultry biogas plant: Despite strong and united opposition from neighbors, North Carolina ruled in favor of reopening a controversial poultry biogas plant (News & Observer)