BATTLE CREEK, MI (AP) – Kellogg’s and its 1,400 striking cereal workers agreed to return to the bargaining table a day after the company threatened to start permanently replacing some of the workers. Contract talks are set to resume next Tuesday between the Battle Creek, Michigan-based company and the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers, and Grain Millers International Union. The two sides met for one day earlier this week, but didn’t make much progress toward ending the strike that began Oct. 5. The strike includes four plants in Lancaster County, Battle Creek, MI; Omaha, NE; and Memphis, TN that make all of Kellogg’s brands of cereal.