MILFORD, CONN. — Beginning April 11, menu panels in all U.S. Subway restaurants will feature calorie listings, more than a year before the Food and Drug Administration is set to enforce national menu-calorie labeling requirements.
|Lanette Kovachi, M.S., global dietitian for the Subway brand|
“For years it has been a priority for Subway sandwich shops to share full nutrition information with our guests so they can make more informed meal choices,” said Lanette Kovachi, M.S., global dietitian for the Subway brand. “We have been doing this since 1997. We take pride in offering our guests a wide variety of fresh, made-to-order sandwiches and salads while providing the information that allows them to get the meal that best meets their needs. We want consumers to know the calorie value of our sandwiches and salads but we also want them to know that many of our menu items contain quality calories and are packed with beneficial nutrients from whole grains, lean meats and the wide range of vegetables we serve.”