Kraft Foods Banbury
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Built in 1964, it was partly due to the London overspill. Kraft Foods Banbury is the Kraft Foods centre of manufacturing with the Kraft UK headquarters located at Uxbridge. The factory is still sometimes known as General Foods after the American company which originally owned the building, before 'GF' as it is commonly known was taken over by Kraft.
During October 2006, a block of Kraft Foods that was being prepared for demolition caught on fire and remained on fire for most of the day.
With the split of Kraft General Foods into Mondelez International and Kraft Foods in October 2012, this factory site became part of new company Mondelez International
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- "Fire at Kraft factory (From Oxford Mail)". Oxfordmail.co.uk. 2010-12-07. Retrieved 2011-08-04.
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