This last year has been a big one for Kraft Foods, and the year ahead promises to be even bigger. Last summer, the manufacturer announced its intention to create two independent public companies — “a high-growth global snacks company and a high-margin North American grocery business.” Those efforts are under way. “2011 was an outstanding year for our company,” Kraft Foods’ Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Irene Rosenfeld told SN. “We had ...

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