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    They sell Kraft products in the U.S.?

    They were originally an Australian company, but Phillip Morris bought them out a while ago. Why? PM realises that cigarettes ain't gonna be around forever - gotta have some "healthy" industries to spin a buck from ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Albinus
    They sell Kraft products in the U.S.?
    K-R-AFT is huge here. Cheesy mac, cheese.. and more cheese.

    Peanut butter, and all sorts of goodies.

    Plillip Morris is just as present here as in Australia.
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    In 1903 James Kraft started a Wholesale cheese business in Chicago Illinois. USA
    1924
    James L. Kraft opens his first European sales office in London.
    1927
    Kraft establishes a sales office in Hamburg, Germany and Kraft Cheese Company Ltd. is established in England.

    Kraft Cheese Company acquires the Phenix Cheese Corporation, maker of Philadelphia Brand cream cheese (introduced in the U.S. in 1880).

    1934
    Kraft acquires Kohler-Werke of Lindenberg, Germany and establishes Kraft Kase-Werke, G.m.b.
    1937
    Kraft Macaroni and Cheese dinner is introduced in the U.S
    1950
    Kraft Deluxe process cheese slices
    the first commercially packaged sliced process cheese
    is introduced in the U.S. I don't see Aus. metioned in the history .
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