The original Subway restaurant was opened under the name of Pete’s Subs in Bridgeport, Connecticut in 1965. Initially, Fred DeLuca opened the submarine sandwich shop as a way to finance his medical education. With the help of a friend, Dr. Peter Buck, the two opened the restaurant. The two had 16 stores by 1974 and bean franchising the Subway brand.
Subway continues to grow and expand today with over 40,000 global locations, and more than 3200 of them in Canada. Subway’s goal remains the same today as it did when the chain was originally started, to delight customers with delicious sandwiches. Subway is committed to operating on environmentally and socially responsible levels. Sustainable sourcing, nutritional leadership, and environmental leadership are at the forefront of Subway’s commitment to the community.
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