JACKSONVILLE Fla. Firehouse Subs, the 289-unit sandwich chain founded by two former firefighters, said it has deleted all artificial trans fats from its menu. Don Fox, chief operating officer of the chain, said the move was the “responsible choice.”He said that all Firehouse sandwiches and salads have always had zero grams of trans fats and that only desserts required a change in formulation.Firehouse said it also offers nine medium sandwiches that contain fewer than 450 calories, ...
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