Subway has always been the “go to” restraint when one intends to eat some guilt-free fast food. In recent times, with the cohort of unhealthy ingredients that are used by chains like ‘McDonalds’, ‘KFC’ and many other, Subway was the better choice.
Certainly the lesser of two evils, Subway is now planning to get better. The restaurant will now join the bandwagon of places that have started to go all natural. The restaurant will use no artificial ingredients from now on.
The director of Subway’s corporate social responsibility, Elizabeth Stewart has said, “Ingredient improvement has been an ongoing process over the years. The chain has been working on removing caramel color from cold cuts like roast beef and ham. For its turkey, Subway says it plans to replace a preservative called proprionic acid with vinegar by the end of this year.”
When asked about the toppings and core ingredients of the sandwich, she said, “Subway is switching to banana peppers colored with turmeric instead of the artificial dye Yellow No. 5. Without providing details, she said the chain is also working on its sauces and cookies.”
After changes like these, Subway is certainly going to be more of a “guilt-free” fast-food chain.
Edited by Priscilla Manzo