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Kraft Foods Group Inc., commonly known as Kraft Foods is a public grocery manufacturing company, located in North York, Ontario Canada. It was founded in the year 1903. The headquarters of the company is situated in Northfield, Illinois.
Products and Brands
The product line of the company consists of several different products such as snack foods, beverage, dairy foods, convenience foods and cheese. The company also owns some major brands through which it serves the products to the customers. These brands are Boca Burger, A.1., Kool-Aid, Grey Poupon, RIDG's Finer Foods, Gevalia, Velveeta, Planters, Polly-O, Capri Sun U.S. Licensee, Philadelphia and Jell-O.
Kraft Foods has many other brands such as Oscar Mayer, Velveeta, Vegemite, Peek
Freons, Maxwell House, etc. The total count of the employees of the company as of 2012 is approximately 23,000. The company is registered on the Nasdaq
Stock Exchange for public trading.
The company was actually formed on 10th of December, 1923 as the National Dairy Products Corporation. The founder of the company was Thomas H. Mclnnerney. It was regarded as the largest dairy company of the United States of America
as of 1930. There were about 55 different firms, which were overtaken by the company between the years 1923-1931. It was in the year 2012 that the Mondelez International Company was formed due to the de-merger of the Kraft Foods Inc. The Mondelez International is engaged in the supply of Kraft confectionery and Food snacks brands at the international level, whereas Kraft Foods Group is mainly concerned with the supply of the grocery products in North America. It was in 1969 that the name of the company was changed from National Dairy to Kraftco Corporation. The name of the company was again changed in the year 1972 to Kraft, Inc.