Kraft Foods increases prices, marketing in 3Q

Nov 5, 2010 Read more: Marin Independent Journal
In this May 4, 2009 file photo, packages of Kraft Macaroni & Cheese fill the shelves of a store in Chicago Ridge, Ill. Read more
Jeff

San Rafael, CA

#1 Nov 5, 2010
"Falling demand," =
fewer and fewer people are willing to eat and feed especially to their children, that factory food, chemical and pesticide laden crap.

Factory food is a dying industry. Dump your stock in it while the market is temporarily up.
Organic and fresh and local is the only growing segment of the food industry.

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