Union rank and file at the "Kellogg's" plant in southwest Omaha went on strike just after midnight Tuesday.
Contract negotiations between the company and workers failed to prevent the strike leading to the picket line at the facility at 96th & F Streets.
Workers tell 6 News issues include the elimination of a path to full benefits and pension along with changes to Family Medical Leave Act benefits.
A company spokesperson says Kellogg’s was committed to negotiating a fair and competitive contract that reflected the contributions of employees and helps set up the business for long-term success
Workers at plants in Tennessee, Michigan, and Pennsylvania also are now on strike.
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