Stock awards: $7,829,371
Options awards: $1,857,776
Total non-equity incentive pay: $10,584,125
Change in pension value: $4,240,935
Other pay: $362,994
Perks included in other pay: Personal use of aircraft ($56,348), car expenses ($19,107), 401(K) match ($249,300) and reimbursement on taxes for assets held in trust ($38,239).
How the company did in 2009: For fiscal 2009, company profit was up 3.8 percent to $3 billion while revenue fell 3.7 percent to $40.39 billion. Kraft stock was essentially flat for the year, ending 2009 at $27.49.
Photo: Irene Rosenfeld, Kraft's CEO is speaks during a town hall meeting for all Kraft and Cadbury employees at Kraft Headquarters in Northfield in February. (William DeShazer/Chicago Tribune)