Synchromysticism

" Synchromysticism:
The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."

- Jake Kotze

June 4, 2017

The KRAFT Has Been Removed From Vegemite?

Vegemite no longer bears the Kraft name
Once, the Kraft name was big on Vegemite jars
Kraft, one of the world’s biggest food brands, to be phased out in Australia and New Zealand
"Australians have a mixed relationship with Kraft.
After all, it’s the brand that reminded us all that Australia’s Vegemite was actually US owned.
Kraft/Craft?
What no KRAFT on the label of my bottle of Vegemite?!
Killing off Kraft was never the plan.
Rather, the name has fallen victim to a complex series of takeovers and demergers that has left Kraft’s products in the bizarre position that — in Australia — they are no longer even owned by Kraft.
In January, it inked a $460m deal with Bega cheese, and sold off the Kraft products allowing Mondelez to “focus its portfolio on its core snacks categories”.
On the square?-)
I didn't know how I was going to perform my morning breakfast rituals without the KRAFT on my bottle of Vegemite after I read that news story, but thank G the local Freemasons have come to the rescue for me by supplying my local supermarket with specially labeled KRAFT bottles.
That's better, now I can go back to my normal morning breakfast rituals;-)
Aussie sun worshipers?-)
Yay! Vegemite is Down-Under's Again
The Vegemite burger
Next they'll be removing the green Illuminati triangle with the one-eyed kangaroo from my butter wrapper.
What's this country coming to?
I wonder if that deal was sealed with a (secret) handshake?-)
Cheesemaker Bega seals $460m perfect pairing with Vegemite deal
The Dreamliner aircraft 7 ate 7
Qantas lists 'Vegemite' among top 20 names in running for new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner planes
"When we first heard that Qantas was holding a competition to name its eight new Dreamliner aircrafts, we didn't actually think that a sparkling new jet could be called Vegemite.
The name was put forward along with thousands of other entries including Dreamtime, Great Southern Land and Boomerang.
There's also a big campaign running for the plane to be called Uluru.
But the new Boeing
787 being called after a thick brown food spread has become a distinct possibility after "Vegemite" was shortlisted among the top 20.
The food company, which has more than 500,000 followers on Facebook, appealed to their fans to get behind the name and even came up with a mock Vegemite livery.

Voters have until June 7 to go online and pick their favourite."
Mitey or Mitre?-)
FliGht?
LiGht/fliGht and helium?-)
Maybe Bega cheese could license another food product out for the Aussie market?-)
Art, Birds and Synchronicity Are My Therapies
My lunch in Bega

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