Subway Canada Launches Menu Overhaul with Subway Series


TORONTO — Subway Canada has unveiled an entirely new menu, including 15 chef-crafted sandwiches, 10 craveable Subway-first ingredients and a completely re-invented ordering experience.

The new ingredients include smoky beef brisket, fresh mozzarella, rich pesto and zesty habanero jack cheese. The Subway Series roster includes:

  • New deli: Canuck Classic (#1), Great Canadian Club (#2) and Turkey Rancher (#3)
  • New chicken: Kickin’ Chicken (#4), Chicken Rancher (#5), Teriyaki Crunch (#6) and Green Goddess Chicken (#7)
  • New steak and veggie: Steak’n Bacon (#8), Stampede Brisket (#9), Steak “N” Egg (#10) and Green Goddess (#11)
  • New Italianos: Mozzarella Bella (#12), Suprimo (#13), Little Italy (#14) and the Meatballer (#15)

The Subway Series, a new lineup of sandwiches, can be ordered by name or number, taking the guesswork out of building the perfect bite. Guests no longer need to pick toppings throughout the ordering process. Instead, simply order by desired sandwich number.

Additionally, Subway Canada has paired its new menu with six athletes, including professional soccer icon Christine Sinclair, Toronto Raptors Scottie Barnes and Chris Boucher, 13-year old skateboarder Fay DeFazio Ebert, professional snowboarder and skateboard enthusiast Sebastien Toutant and professional soccer player Patrice Bernier.

“The introduction of the Subway Series means guests can leave the decisions to the experts. With a curated balance of flavour profiles, unbeatable taste and expertly-designed ingredient combinations, ordering has never been easier,” says chef John Botelho, Culinary manager at Subway Canada.

“This menu introduction and new way to order is our most significant undertaking in our history – and we’re confident it will be a welcome one for Canadians,” says Doug Fry, managing director, Subway Canada. “We’re challenging Canadians to say ‘Yesway’ to a new experience, and we know they won’t be disappointed. Of course, customization will always remain an option – but when Canadians taste these pairings – we know they won’t just be convinced, they’ll be amazed.”

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