NORTHFIELD, Ill. -- Under the business consolidation it announced earlier this month, the company that used to be known as Kraft General Foods will create a dedicated account team in the field for virtually every major customer. Now called Kraft Foods, the company here will establish approximately 300 customer business teams as it implements the plan during the next 12 months, said John D. Bowlin, who was named president and chief operating officer of Kraft on Dec. 16, 1994. "We are doing ...

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