Subway announced “Subway Series,” its revamped menu that includes 12 sandwiches and simplifies ordering options; to celebrate it will give away six-inch subs on July 12.
Subway presents its new “Subway Series” menu for all its restaurants in the United States. To celebrate, the restaurant chain is giving away up to one million 6-inch sandwiches.
The new 12-sandwich menu is divided into four categories (Cheessteaks, Italians, Chicken and Clubs) consisting of three sandwiches each.
Subway updates its menu and will have free sandwiches on July 12
- The Philly
- The Outlaw
- The Monster Italians
- Supreme Meats
- Bella Mozza
- The Boss Chicken
- The MexiCali
- The Great Garlic
- The Champ Clubs
- All-American Club
- Subway Club
- Turkey Cali Club
The Monster is one of the featured sandwiches on the new menu, packed with juicy steak, crispy bacon, Monterey cheddar cheese, green peppers and red onions, served on artisan Italian bread and topped with Peppercorn Ranch.
Customers will be able to see the revamped menu on the board at Subway restaurants in the United States beginning Tuesday.
With the introduction of the new menu, in addition to highlighting the brand’s updated ingredients, the chain aims to simplify options and make ordering easier for customers. Although you can also choose custom options.
Instead of choosing toppings and toppings during the ordering process, customers simply say a sandwich number or name and six inches or a foot in length.
“Each of the Subway Series sandwich recipes brings out the best in Subway…” the restaurant chain said in a statement. Experts are said to have designed a balance of protein, cheese, sauces and fresh vegetables “to maximize flavor and cravings.”
To celebrate the launch of the new menu, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to 12:00 p.m. on July 12, Subway will offer one million free 6-inch Subway Series sandwiches at restaurants nationwide.
Subway considers the launch of the Subway Series the “most significant menu update in its nearly 60-year history.”
Subway Series is the renewal of Eat Fresh Refresh launched last summer and that, according to Trevor Haynes, president of Subraya for North America, laid the foundations to build a better Subway.
According to Restaurant Business, Subway had been struggling to grow since 2014, when it had 27,000 units: “The chain has closed 6,000 locations since then and has also faced problems among its franchisees.”
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