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Enough top-performing CAPS members have turned bullish on Kraft Foods
As the largest North American food maker, Kraft (along with the largest cereal maker, Kellogg
The company's strong core brands, like Kool-Aid, macaroni and cheese, and Jell-O, are still faring well in the current economy, and Kraft is continuing to add more products that can sell at higher prices. Like General Mills
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Fool contributor Dave Mock recently upgraded his wardrobe by getting rid of everything he wore in high school. He owns shares of Coca-Cola. Kraft Foods is an Income Investor selection. Wal-Mart and Coca-Cola are Inside Value recommendations. The Fool's disclosure policy takes its hot dogs plump and its steaks rare.