As a concept that specializes in assembled-to-order sandwiches, Subway’s food-safety effort starts with the basic building blocks of its ingredients. “We hold our manufacturers highly accountable,” said vice president of operations Steve Lawrence. “We use a third party auditing firm that makes sure that the product provided meets all our expectations.“In turn, at the store levels we have a very stringent food-safety program that we implement and we evaluate every single store every ...
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