What's next for Wrigley?

Analysts say Wm. Wrigley Jr., which yesterday announced it would buy Kraft Foods' Altoids and Life Savers brands, may be interested in growing even larger through acquisition. "Ideally they would like to buy a great chocolate company," Morningstar's Mark Hugh Sam said. The company's chairman, William Wrigley Jr., said he believes Wrigley has the expertise to re-energize the Altoids and Life Savers brands.

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