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kraft paper

[′kraft ‚pā·pər]
(materials)
A strong paper or cardboard made from sulfate-process wood pulp; unbleached varieties are used for wrapping paper and shipping cartons.

kraft paper

A heavy, high-strength paper, sized with resin, usually brown in color; used as a building paper.
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We are thrilled to bring Kraft Hockeyville to the States and leverage the scale of our portfolio to help support hockey at the local level," says Dino Bianco, executive vice president and president, Kraft Beverages, at Kraft Foods Group, based in Northfield, III.
Kraft said the deal would be accretive to earnings in 2011 by around 5 cents on a cash basis and give a mid-teens percentage return on investment, well in excess of Kraft s cost of capital.
Mr Carr said Kraft was asking his shareholders to give up ownership in a pure-play confectionery company for Kraft and its "considerably less-focused business mix and historically lower growth".
ASI brings innovation to its partnership with Kraft in a number of ways.
Kraft Mayonnaise debuted in 1930, followed by Kraft Light reduced-calorie mayonnaise in 1985, and Kraft Free nonfat mayonnaise in 1991.
ENERGY REDUCTION AT A KRAFT MILL: EXAMINING THE EFFECTS OF PROCESS INTEGRATION, BENCHMARKING, AND WATER REDUCTION
Maureen O'Boyle and Greg Frisoli of Cushman & Wakefield of Connecticut represented Kraft in this transaction.
Kraft's businesses elsewhere in the world are already called Kraft Foods.
The shared services center has become a model metric-driven organization for other areas within Kraft and we've assisted them in establishing their own business measurements.
During the last few years, whenever one of her coaches would finally let her pitch in one of the youth leagues she'd played in Burbank, Northridge or other parts of the Valley, Kraft would rack up a few strikeouts and figure she'd finally proved her worth to the team.
At that point, it's not only a nice perk but it becomes a nice little profit center for a landlord," said Kraft, who explains that internet access will start to make money after six tenants join.