There's really no more-famous cereal company than Kellogg's. John Harvey Kellogg, and his brother Will Keith founded it in 1906 after first making cereal for the inhabitants of their Sanitarium.

We've talked at length about the history of Kellogg's the company before. But its founders are not quite the standard early business pioneers you would imagine they are. In fact, they led quite strange, and curious lives at times. And many people don't know much about them, other than they started the cereal company.

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WK was eight years younger than John Harvey, but as they grew older, the two grew even farther apart in their ideas and views.

They were both raised Seventh-Day-Adventists, and adhered to some strict church followings, such as vegetarianism. But despite their upbringing, both ended up leading quite different lives from each other.

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