In this choppy market and slowing economy, "stop crying over spilt milk and buy Dean Foods ( DF)," said Jim Cramer on his "Mad Money" TV show Friday. Now is the time to own stocks that are safe and can make money in good times or bad, said Cramer. That means, above all, you want to own food stocks. Dean Foods is especially well-positioned because with a 30% market share, four times the market share of its next largest competitor -- and as high as an 80% market share in some local markets -- Dean Foods is large enough to have pricing power. That means it can pass on higher energy costs to customers, said Cramer. Dean Foods should also see increasing margins in the next year as it shuts down some facilities, he said. In response to a question about Kraft Foods ( KFT), don't buy, said Cramer. Kraft is a subsidiary of Altria ( MO), and you never want to buy the stock of a subsidiary because the parent company can do whatever it wants with it, said Cramer. Buy Altria instead, he said, adding that he believes Altria is worth $105. A caller asked about Buffalo Wild Wings ( BWLD). Cramer said that stock was "way too speculative at this point."