TORONTO -- Looking to meet the evolving dietary needs and preferences of Canadians, Subway now offers a gluten-free bread option in its restaurants across Canada, for a limited time. Subway is the first restaurant in the quick service category to carry gluten-free bread throughout the country.
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"We are always looking to provide more variety and meet the dietary needs of our guests. We've been testing gluten-free bread at a small number of our restaurants in Canada, and the response has been very positive," says Cristina Wells, Subway® Canada Senior Marketing Director. "We're excited to expand our gluten-free bread to our restaurants and are proud to be the first QSR in Canada to tackle this need on a national scale."
The gluten-free bread from Subway® is produced and packaged in a gluten-free facility. Subway Canada also carries a variety of proteins, toppings and sauce options that do not contain gluten. Sandwich Artists take steps when preparing orders to minimize possible cross-contamination; however, a 100% gluten-free experience and product cannot be guaranteed as other menu items and ingredients contain gluten and are prepared on shared equipment. Guests can learn more about these options at Subway.com.
SOURCE SUBWAY Canada
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