Waving the brand flag
As the larger food companies continue to expand both domestically and internationally through acquisitions, their brand portfolios become larger and more widespread. While some choose to advertise their ownership of certain brands, in other cases it is kept quiet, with many consumers unaware of who owns what brand. Bernice Hurst reports on the benefits and pitfalls of brand waving.
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