Are the latest salad dressing ads from Chicago-based Kraft a little too zesty? A Christian group called One Million Moms thinks so.
Kraft announced earlier this week that its new international snack food spinoff will be known as Mondelez – an invented word that is supposed to evoke the image of a “delicious world.”
When Kraft spins off its snack food division, the new headquarters will be in the suburbs and not Chicago, according to a published report.
CBS 2′s Vince Gerasole takes a look at how marketers are literally getting in your face and whether it’s good or bad for consumers.
Northfield-based Kraft Foods reportedly the latest company looking for a incentives from the State of Illinois.
That morning cup of coffee could soon be a little less expensive.
Two Chicago companies are squaring off Monday over hot dogs.
By the end of next year, food giant Kraft could be two separate companies.
Northfield-based Kraft Foods has hired homeless radio announcer and Internet sensation Ted Williams for commercial voiceover work, according to a published report.
How about this for your next party? You provide the guest list and major manufacturers provide the food, fun and free gifts. CBS 2′s Dorothy Tucker reports on why some of the biggest retailers in the nation are throwing parties for everyday people.
Kraft Foods is seeking a preliminary injunction against Starbucks saying Monday that the coffee chain violated terms of a distribution deal.
An Oak Lawn man was apparently crushed to death at a factory on the Southwest Side factory early this morning.