Subway is an American multinational fast-food restaurant franchise that specializes in submarine sandwiches (subs), wraps, salads, and drinks. Subway was founded by in 1965 as Pete’s Super Submarines in Bridgeport, Connecticut. After several name changes in the beginning years, it was finally renamed Subway in 1972, and a franchise operation began in 1974 with a second restaurant in Wallingford, Connecticut. Since then, it has expanded to become a global franchise. It also is the largest single-brand restaurant chain and the largest restaurant operator in the world.

In August 2021, QSR profiled John Chidsey, the CEO of Subway and the visionary behind their recent Eat Fresh Refresh campaign that saw the introduction of the All-American Club, the Steak Cali Fresh, and the Turkey Cali Fresh to the chain’s menu.

At a glance, the All-American Club is a pretty straightforward affair. On their website, Subway describes how the sandwich begins with oven-roasted turkey, Black Forest ham, and hickory smoked bacon, before being covered in American cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, and red onions. All of this is contained within two pieces of Artisan Italian Bread. According to Subway’s press release, the turkey is a new and improved ingredient and has been sliced deli-thin. 

According to the nutritional information supplied by Subway’s website, the All-American Club amounts to 25 grams of protein in a six-inch. That total doubles to 50 grams of protein in a footlong, making for a very filling meal. The six-inch item also contains 350 calories, 13 grams of fat, 55 milligrams of cholesterol, and 1210 milligrams of sodium. 

On the other hand, the meal contains 15% of your vitamin A and C content for the day, in addition to 70% of a day’s worth of iron. As long as you don’t need to watch your salt intake, feel free to indulge in this sandwich that has the power to redefine Subway’s image.

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