Sandwich giant Subway is testing a more upscale format called Subway Café, which the company hopes will address the needs of franchisees looking to open in office buildings and other more high-end venues. The test, which was launched by a Subway franchisee in an office building in Alexandria, Va., has expanded to about 15 locations, Les Winograd, a spokesman for the Milford, Conn.-based chain, said in an interview Monday. The company expects to add 10 more by the end of the year, ...
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