ST. LOUIS -- Despite the fact that it's on the auction block, Eagle Snacks here is aiming to triple its sales in the coming year. According to David Poldoian, Eagle's president, the snack food maker has its sights set on $1.5 billion in sales, a jump from today's level of $500 million. "We are going to accomplish this by broadening the category line, which includes a national rollout of our extruded cheese product, Cheegles, within the next year," said Poldoian, noting the company has a ...

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