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Good Food Starts at Home

At Subway®, what you see is what you get, with every sub prepared fresh right before your eyes. From Canadian-grown ingredients to our dedication for bringing you the most quality sandwiches, there’s a lot to be excited about.

Home Grown

Nothing excites us more than using Canadian ingredients. Through our partnerships with many Canadian family-run farms, we ensure the quality meat you want is what you get. Our turkey and chicken come from animals raised on Canadian farms, while we source many homegrown produce during local growing seasons. Facts we wear like a badge of honour.

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Canadian Grown

Homegrown produce is our jam, as we source a variety during peak harvest seasons. Discover where we source and when we harvest on our map.

British Columbia

Cucumbers: February – November

Ontario

Tomatoes: August – September
Red Onions: August – February
Cucumbers: January – November
Green Peppers: July – October

Quebec

Cucumbers: All year
Green Peppers: August – October
Leafy Greens: June – October
Tomatoes: August – September
Red Onions: September – May

FRESH FACT:

Our tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, and onions are all sliced fresh in restaurant daily.

Canadian Farm Raised

Our turkey and most of our chicken* come from animals raised on Canadian farms.
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We take the issue of animal welfare seriously and believe the ethical treatment of animals is an essential component of our commitment to responsible sourcing. We will continue to evaluate emerging and evolving systems and practices to advance long-term improvements in animal welfare throughout our global supply chain in alignment with the Subway Global Animal Welfare Policy.


*All of our chicken products come from animals raised on Canadian farms, save for the Crispy Chicken.

Committed to Quality

Bettering ourselves starts with our menu. Check out how we’ve improved over the years.

All of your nutrition information is made available online

How did the SUBWAY® chain start? Where did it all begin? A recent high school graduate, 17 year old Fred DeLuca, and family friend Dr. Peter Buck team up to open their first submarine sandwich shop in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Originally called “Pete’s Super Submarines,” they sell 312 sandwiches the first day. The average cost of a sub was between 49 cents and 69 cents.

8 sandwiches offered have less than 6 grams of fat

How did the SUBWAY® chain start? Where did it all begin? A recent high school graduate, 17 year old Fred DeLuca, and family friend Dr. Peter Buck team up to open their first submarine sandwich shop in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Originally called “Pete’s Super Submarines,” they sell 312 sandwiches the first day. The average cost of a sub was between 49 cents and 69 cents.

Removed all trans fats from our menu

Sodium reduction initiative begins

No high-fructose corn syrup in all Subway® products

All breads contain no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives

Turkey, roast beef, meatballs, chicken and shaved steak are free of artificial colours and flavours

Goal for all of our meats to come from 100% Canadian farm-raised animals

Community Driven

We are committed to supporting our community, being responsible partners, and giving back.

Never Miss Lunch - Helping feed kids in our communities.

Thank You

For helping us ensure that kids across Canada never miss lunch.

Thanks to you, the Never Miss LunchTM program and Food Banks Canada’s After the Bell program provided 175,000 food packs to children in need during the summer.
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