Kraft Foods (KRFT)

Kraft Foods Inc. – The world’s second largest concern for the production of packaged food (after Nestlé). the company is headquartered in Northfield, Illinois, USA.

In March 2015 it was announced that the company Kraft Foods Inc. And H.J. Heinz Company (founded in 1869) will be merged into a single company The Kraft Heinz Company. Heinz shareholders will have control over 51% of the combined company, and Kraft Foods shareholders will control 49% of a single structure. This decision was unanimously approved in the boards of directors of both companies merged.

Kraft Foods produces and sells its products in 155 countries. Many brands of the company are world leaders in their respective categories:

Cheese: Kraft;
cream cheese: Philadelphia;
Coffee: Jacobs, Carte Noire, Maxcafe and Maxwell House;
cookies and crackers: Nabisco, Tuc;
Chocolate: Milka, Toblerone, Alpen Gold.
The company is the largest producer of processed cheese in the world (according to its own data, it controls about 35% of the global market

Subsidiaries: Granola, Oreo, Toblerone, Carambar Cheez Whiz, Tassimo, Malabar, Milka, Lefèvre-Utile, Vegemite, Leibniz, Côte d’Or, Kool-Aid, Nabisco, Jell-O, Chokotoff, Pastilles Vichy, C hocolat Poulain , Tang, Biscuiterie Belin, Cachou Lajaunie, Cadbury France, Café Grand’Mère, Carte Noire, Chat Noir, Chocolat Suchard, Figolu, Grany, Grey Poupon, Heudebert, Hollywood Chewing Gum, Jacques Vabre, Kréma, La Pie qui Chante, Maxwell House, Mikado, Miracle Whip, Paille d’or, Pastador, Petit écolier, Pépito, Vandamme, Victoria, General Foods, Cadbury Mr. Big, Kraft Dinner, Cadbury, Philadelphia cream cheese, and Borio.