An Ode to Kraft Dinner, Food of Troubled Times
While the world has continued to change, Kraft’s product has remained the same, somehow evading inflation at one or two dollars per box.
Ivana Rihter is a writer and editor whose work covers the intersections of culture, art and fashion. Her writing has appeared in Vogue, Allure, Vanity Fair, Nylon, i-D, Bustle, Vice, and more. She has multiple longform pieces under option at Warner Bros and is the co-host of the upcoming podcast series (Un)Cover Girl, which examines the delicate art of the celebrity profile and its lasting cultural influence. She is currently based in LA.
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