Industry News | November 18, 2016

Subway's Reuben Duo Now Available Nationwide

The Reuben Duo sandwiches contain no artificial flavors or colors from artificial sources. Subway

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Subway announced the arrival of the new Reuben Duo to its menu, available for a limited-time nationwide.

Subway’s newest offerings come in two varieties—your choice of the handcrafted, traditional Corned Beef Reuben or the Turkey Reuben sandwich. Both feature all of the authentic ingredients of a classic Reuben, including hearty portions of meat, Bavarian-style sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and Thousand Island dressing on freshly baked rye bread.

The addition of the Corned Beef Reuben to the menu marks the first time that any of these five sandwich ingredients (corned beef, rye bread, Swiss cheese, Bavarian-style sauerkraut, Thousand Island dressing) have appeared in a Subway restaurant on a national level.

The Corned Beef Reuben is made with a hearty portion of lean, tender corned beef, sliced against the grain with a hint of garlic and sweet spices.

The Turkey Reuben is made with a hearty double meat portion of all white turkey breast that is tender and moist.

Subway’s Bavarian-style sauerkraut has traditional mildly, sweet taste with a hint of caraway. The Thousand Island dressing is thick, creamy, sweet and savory, made with traditional dill relish and onion. The rye bread is freshly baked and is made with unbleached wheat and rye flour and caraway seeds.

As part of Subway’s commitment to even better for you ingredients, the Reuben Duo sandwiches contain no artificial flavors or colors from artificial sources.

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Comments

That’s an amazing news for every one of us regarding to subway’s new recipe adding. According to us, the do my math homework statistics they should add some of more recipes regarding to customers choice to be on top from their competitors as well.

I hate to tell Subway this but a turkey rueben is called a rachel.

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