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NEW YORK, Dec 3- Kraft Foods Inc, the maker of Maxwell House coffee, said on Wednesday it will raise prices on most of its U.S. single-serve coffees for the first time, extending its price increases to a more lucrative market. On Nov. 3, Keurig Green Mountain Inc, the maker of single-serve K-Cups, raised its portion pack prices. Arabica coffee futures prices have been...
NEW YORK, Dec 3- Kraft Foods said on Wednesday it will raise prices on most of its single-serve coffees in the United States by approximately 9 percent, effective Dec. 28, due to sustained price increases in associated raw material markets.
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