Maduro is blaming everyone for his mess, mostly the USA, but "accusing America of creating Venezuela's crisis is about as fair as accusing O.J. Simpson of murdering Princess Diana - I'm not saying it would be completely out of character, it just happens to not be true in this particular instance", Oliver said.
"The (Lima Group) is making a final call to the Venezuelan government to suspend the general elections planned for May 20, as they have been called by an illegitimate authority", said Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray reading the group's statement.
"I've made a decision to hand the company over to the workers so that they can continue producing for the people", Maduro said at a campaign rally ahead of Sunday's presidential election.
"We've begun judicial proceedings against the business leaders of Kellogg's because their exit is unconstitutional", Mr Maduro told cheering supporters in the central state of Carabobo.
The food shortages and violence happening in that country can be traced back to President Maduro, who "basically bent Venezuela's democratic process to his will", Oliver said, noting thecreation of a powerful new constitutional assembly that critics called the end of Venezuela's democracy.
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Kellogg's factory in the city of Maracay employs around 550 people that produce 75 percent of the breakfast cereals Venezuelans consume.
The company's local operations had around 400 workers, according to local media. Maduro's government also stops companies from raising prices to keep up with hyperinflation, sometimes forcing companies to sell below the cost of production.
Clorox, Kimberly-Clark, General Mills, General Motors and Harvest Natural Resources are the most recent big names to pull out of Venezuela in the face of economic conditions. "Operations halted due to lack of raw materials, the government took it over, and now it's paralyzed".
The company said product distribution in Venezuela has been suspended and the license agreement for the use and commercialisation of its brands has been terminated.