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Subject: Re: Hello out there Date: 8/20/2009 7:32 AM
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here is the risk of what happens if the company exercises its call option on the EIS this Fall 2009. But my question then is there a premium lump sum to the investor if the debt portion of the EIS is taken away?
-christian


"Q. What happens if B&G Foods exercises the call option for the senior subordinated notes included in the EIS?
A. If B&G Foods exercises the call option for the senior subordinated notes, the Class A common stock and the senior subordinated notes included in the EIS will automatically separate. We may not exercise the call option for the senior subordinated notes prior to October 30, 2009."

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