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For Canada menu items a document is posted in the nutrition section of subway.ca called “Ingredient information for people with food allergies” this document identifies which standard menu items contain certain allergens and sensitive ingredients.

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The Provolone, Pepperjack, Shredded Monterey Cheddar, Feta, Parmesan, Cheddar, Mozzarella and Swiss contain only plant or microbial derived rennin. The bulk of the rennin in the American cheese is microbial, however there could be a chance of calf rennin in the cheese due to production variables.  

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All of the core menu items are free of artificial trans fat (partially hydrogenated oil). A few menu items contain small amounts of naturally occurring trans fat, found in meats and dairy.

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The Subway® brand does not add MSG to any of the standard menu items. However, other ingredients such as hydrolyzed or textured vegetable proteins and/or autolyzed yeast are used in our products. These ingredients contain glutamates that may cause similar sensitivities that MSG causes. To find out which foods at Subway® contain autolyzed yeast and hydrolyzed protein, visit the nutrition section of the website to view ingredient listings. There is also a document in the nutrition section, called Ingredient information for people with food allergies which identifies menu items that contain these two ingredients. Snack chips and pre-packaged salad dressings sold in our restaurants may contain MSG, so make sure to read the ingredient list on the package.

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Subway prend le bien-être des animaux au sérieux et nous comprenons à quel point cette question est importante pour nos clients. Nous travaillons actuellement sur une étude de faisabilité sur le bien-être des poulets de chair afin de trouver les meilleurs moyens de continuer à renforcer notre approche du bien-être animal dans notre chaîne d'approvisionnement.

Aujourd’hui, nous exigeons de tous nos fournisseurs et leurs producteurs de se conformer à la législation de l'Union Européenne sur le bien-être des animaux et d’adhérer aux principes des cinq libertés reconnues à l'échelle mondiale par le Conseil de protection des animaux d'élevage (FAWC).

Nous travaillons activement afin de comprendre les implications de l’engagement à l’«European Chicken Commitment» et comment cela affecterait la qualité et le prix du poulet que nous sommes en mesure d’offrir à nos clients. Lorsque nous aurons des conclusions claires, nous les partagerons et prendrons les mesures appropriées.

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