Earlier this month, Subway Restaurants and the American Heart Association teamed up on a two-year pilot program to see if the AHA’s Heart-Check certification mark, a label indicating that packaged goods meet the association’s nutrition requirements, could also work in restaurants. RELATED • Leveraging healthful menu offerings • Subway TV & Radio expands in the U.S. • More restaurant industry marketing news Subway submitted several of its ...

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