Kellogg, Dr. John Harvey
(February 26, 1852 - December 14, 1943)
John Harvey Kellogg, a surgeon, vegetarian and health food pioneer, while superintendent at the Battle Creek Sanitarium, he developed the first breakfast cereals for his patients, Granose (flaked wheat) and toasted corn flakes.
In 1884 he applied for a patent for 'flaked cereal' (corn flakes). His brother, William K. Kellogg founded the Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Co. to produce cornflakes for sale to the public.