Kitchens of Sara Lee

Al Voight, senior research scientist, puts pie crusts in an oven at the Kitchens of Sara Lee in Northbrook in 1993, while Pierre Heinen works on product development.<br>
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By this time the company had become Sara Lee Corp., a conglomerate with holdings ranging from Champion athletic wear to Playtex undergarments to Hygrade Food Products and its Ball Park Franks.

( Charles Osgood/Tribune / June 21, 2012 )

Al Voight, senior research scientist, puts pie crusts in an oven at the Kitchens of Sara Lee in Northbrook in 1993, while Pierre Heinen works on product development.

By this time the company had become Sara Lee Corp., a conglomerate with holdings ranging from Champion athletic wear to Playtex undergarments to Hygrade Food Products and its Ball Park Franks.

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