Chain reduces sodium in ‘Fresh Fit’ options by 28 percent
Subway has reduced the sodium in its “Fresh Fit” sandwich choices by 28 percent and across all its sandwiches by 15 percent, the chain said Monday. Lanette Kovachi, corporate dietitian for Subway, which has more than 34,400 units worldwide, said in an e-mail that the sodium reduction was made primarily in the meats and bread. “We worked with our vendors to see how much sodium we could take out of the bread [and] meats without affecting the quality or safety of the ...
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