A closer look at Subway’s new menu

The 12 chef-created sandwiches in the chain’s Subway Series highlight complementary flavors and premium ingredients.
Photographs courtesy of Subway

Subway has changed the way customers order their sandwiches, from a build-your-own model to a menu of 12 chef-created subs.

Patrons can still customize a sandwich to their specs, but the new Subway Series selection eliminates decision paralysis and speeds execution. Most of all, the builds—developed by Senior Vice President of Culinary and Innovation Paul Fabre—layer premium ingredients and flavors that complement each other for a better eating experience.

Here’s a closer look at the 12 sandwiches in the Subway Series.

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