Kraft Foods

Kraft’s carbon emissions from plants ‘negligible’

Kraft’s carbon emissions from plants ‘negligible’

By Oliver Nieburg

The vast majority of Kraft Foods’ carbon emissions come from outside its manufacturing facilities, according to a survey mapping its environmental footprint, but the full picture may look quite different as full results are withheld.

Kraft invests in Bournville, defends global split

Kraft invests in Bournville, defends global split

By Ben Bouckley

Kraft has confirmed that it has chosen Cadbury’s site in Bournville as the site of a new chocolate centre to “drive new product development and new technologies” for chocolate brands.

The snacks division will include 'three towers of power': candy and confectionery; cookies and crackers; and salted snacks

Analyst: No certainty Kraft split will unlock fresh value

By Elaine Watson

While the boss of Kraft Foods believes the whole of the business is worth less than the sum of its parts, it is by no means obvious that cutting it up and rearranging it will transform its growth prospects, according to one analyst.

Chocolate earnings climb 9 per cent for Kraft; gum growth flat

Chocolate earnings climb 9 per cent for Kraft; gum growth flat

By Jane Byrne

Kraft, in its second quarter results, reports continuing challenges ahead for its gum and candy division in developed markets, and claims the Cadbury takeover is a fundamental earnings driver, with its global chocolate earnings up 9 per cent.

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