(Omaha, NE) -- Union workers at Kellogg’s reject the company’s latest labor contract offer. Kellogg's announced a tentative agreement last week and the contract was voted down over the weekend. The contract included three percent wages for many Kellogg’s workers, other raises for transitional workers, and an easier path to legacy wages for new workers. It also included better benefits. Around 1,400 union members have been on strike since October and Kellogg’s says it’s hired permanent replacement employees to keep up with production.