MILAN, Ill. -- Eagle Food Centers here said last week it has filed a shelf registration with the Securities and Exchange Commission concerning the transfer of common stock and senior notes to bondholders. gle to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy in early August. Under the agreement, bondholders received 15% of the company's common stock and the new notes, which the company has subsequently registered with the SEC.

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