We'll see increased prices on a number of our productsKraft Foods to raise prices, CEO says May 14, 2008
Our intent is not to just beat our chests and try to take credit for what we're doing ... we're just quietly doing it because it's the right thing to doPepsico to cut back on kids' advertising Feb 28, 2005
Selling this business now not only delivers an attractive return for our shareholders, but enables us to better focus our resources on priority global brands and categoriesKraft rustles up some cash for Cadbury Jan 05, 2010
There has been a lot of speculation about what we can afford. What we can afford is not relevant. What is relevant is what Cadbury is worthKraft remains focused on Cadbury Nov 04, 2009
We have built two strong, but distinct portfolios. Our strategic actions have put us in a position to create two great companiesKraft to split into two giants Aug 04, 2011
Irene Blecker Rosenfeld (born May 3, 1953) is the Chairman and CEO of Kraft Foods.
Rosenfeld was born in Brooklyn, and later brought up in Westbury, New York to parents Seymour and Joan Blecker, a young Jewish couple. Her father’s parents were Romanian Jews, her mother’s grandparents were German Jews. She holds a Ph.D. in Marketing and Statistics, an MBA, and a B.A. degree in Psychology from Cornell University.
Rosenfeld has worked for 25 years in the food and beverage industry. Her first job was at Dancer Fitzgerald Sample advertising agency in New York and she later joined General Foods in consumer research.