Subway quietly began testing gluten-free rolls and brownies in the Dallas market in January. Those items have since made their way onto menus in a handful of Portland, Ore., outlets, with company plans to get the entire 500-plus-unit market in trial within the next month.
The possibility of Subway’s gluten-free tests expanding even further is real, but the process will be slow and meticulous, according to Mark Christiano, the chain’s Baking Specialist in the R&D Department.
“We will take our time with this and make sure we deliver these products to the consumer the right way. If it was easy to do, everyone would have gluten-free available. Obviously it’s not,” he said.
Subway Expands Gluten-Free Test
September 6, 2011 by Mark | 0 Comments