Kraft has a new arts and crafts project in town...it's painting Cadbury's damn Easter eggs, now.
Cadbury is Ka-blam! Ca-burying what's left of its originality.
Kraft CADded more to its monopolistic inventory.
Cadbury is caddying all its creme eggs in another basket.
Cadbury is burying all its creme eggs into another CADdie.
Thus, Cadbury... gettin' buried in Kraft's caddie... left to die.
Kraft was crafty, and bought Cadbury.
Okay. I read way back, in September, that Cadbury saw Kraft's offer to buy them as an insult. I was extremely happy that Cadbury was so defiant! I emailed them, telling them to keep it up.
A few days ago, I found out that Cadbury was owned by Kraft. Since February. This reminds me of the time I found out that Snapple stopped using HFCS, and I was only a few months late, too. This is actually pretty good, considering I don't really keep up with food news [or any news, really...] so discovering it online using previously acquired information is pretty nifty. ANYWAY. I emailed them, with this:
"I am extremely completely irrevocably INFURIATED that you, Kraft, have bought Cadbury. Gee, thank you for being a monopoly."
So. This is what I got back:
But a lot of companies do that, so why am I bashing Kraft? I really don't know. Call me biased. Off my Kraftckers.