RICHMOND HILL, ON -- The first in its category in Canada to introduce RWA meats, MR.SUB is leading the way for a new industry standard. It also happens that Canada's most iconic sandwich restaurant is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Since 1968, when MR.SUB first opened its doors in Yorkville, Toronto, it has been proudly serving fresh, quality sandwiches, to over 270 locations across Canada and internationally. A lot has changed since 1968, but the commitment to honest food has stayed the same, which is why MR.SUB is excited to introduce meats raised without antibiotics to the menu.
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"We are constantly evolving and remain dedicated to providing Canadians with fresh, quality ingredients, which is why we are excited to share that MR.SUB will now be serving our most popular proteins all Raised without Antibiotics," said Jason Brading, Brand Vice President, MR.SUB. "As we look back at the past 50 years and the opportunities that we've had to share our meals with Canadians, it's easy to see that we did not get here alone. We're dedicating our 50th anniversary to all who helped us grow and made our restaurants their home away from home. We've made the food, but it has been Canadians who have made MR.SUB, and we are proud to demonstrate our sincere appreciation by offering healthier choice options to our guests, like our new Raised without Antibiotics line up."
MR.SUB will be the first National sub sandwich restaurant in the QSR industry in Canada to serve meats raised without antibiotics, including turkey, salami, ham and luncheon meat. This is a big step forward in continuing to offer quality ingredients and meeting the needs of Canadians looking for a delicious on-the-go option that they can trust.
MR.SUB offers sandwiches, wraps, soups and salads with a variety of ingredients, toppings and sauces, and bread baked in-house fresh daily.
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