After spinning off its global snacks business, Kraft Foods is seeking to regain its innovation mojo. The company is focusing on creating a can-do culture that produces fewer products and puts more resources into "big bets", such as Cool Whip frosting and a Kool-Aid version of MiO due out this year. "We understand our obligation to innovate and contemporize. This is not your father's Kraft," CEO Tony Vernon said.
Kraft Foods shifts focus to fewer, bigger launches
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