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All about: Subway nutritional information

In 1965, Fred DeLuca, an aspiring medical student, and Dr. Peter Buck joined forces to open a submarine shop that would fund DeLuca's educational goals. With the goal to open 32 stores in 10 years, they opened their first store in Bridgeport, Connecticut in August, 1965. Read this article to learn more about Subway nutritional information.

Jared Fogle

Today, Subway is a franchise chain of almost 35,000 stores in almost 100 countries. The chain is known for its healthy alternatives to fast food and high nutritional value. In 1998, college student Jared Fogle weighed over 400 pounds and could barely walk. After deciding to make better lifestyle choices, Fogle put himself on a diet based on the Subway menu and started to exercise. His story gained attention when he ran into a former friend who wrote an article that caught the attention of Men's Health. After the story was confirmed, Fogle became the spokesman for Subway. Today, he weighs 190 pounds and runs marathons.

Subway sandwiches

Subway offers a wide variety of sandwiches for its customer. They have made a special 6 Grams of Fat or Less menu for customers who are particularly concerned with fat content. The nutrition facts on these sandwiches vary according to the sandwich and condiments chosen. Subway prides itself on the use of fresh produce and all sandwiches have wide variety of vegetables that can be placed on them. Saturated fat content on a six inch Subway sub can range from 0 and 2.5 grams. All sandwiches contain Vitamins A and C as well as Calcium and Iron. Subway 6 inch sandwiches can have between 230 and 310 calories.

Subway breads

Customers Subway customers have the choice of twelve subway breads for their sandwiches. The breads range from 52 to 84 grams for a 6 inch slice and between 130 and 250 calories. The sandwiches have between 0 and 2.5 grams of saturated fat and none of the bread has trans fats.

Subway soups

Fifteen soups are available for Subway customers. The nutritional facts of the soups are that they are approximately 310 grams and between 80 and 240 calories. None of the soups have trans fat and the saturated fat content is between 0 and 5 grams of saturated fat. References: Subway

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