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What will happen to Altria (MO) - Get Report, if they eventually do decide to spin off Kraft (KFT) ?-- Ben from Kansas

Jim Cramer

: First of all, I own Altria in my charitable trust,

Action Alerts PLUS. I believe the stock, currently changing hands around $83, could be trading closer to $100 if Altria goes through with its plan to split up the international and domestic tobacco business and spin off the 80%-plus stake it holds in Kraft.

Where can I find "Mad Money" merchandise?-- Jane from Minnesota

Jim Cramer

: The official site for all of your MM gear is

www.shopmadmoney.com.

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