Subway-Canada

Posted on: Tue, 01/09/2007 - 3:15am
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I have not had Subway for a while until today. I noticed they have Hazelnut and M&M cookies. Personally I am allergic to peanuts only so I continue to eat there. Just wanted to inform people who may not know this.

Also... Do people with PA eat the Chicken Terikayi Sub?

Posted on: Tue, 01/09/2007 - 4:12am
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I eat the chicken teriyaki sub quite often. I am in Toronto Canada and am PA only.

Posted on: Tue, 01/09/2007 - 11:25am
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Thanks!

Posted on: Tue, 01/09/2007 - 11:18pm
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Please check with your individual branch that they have separate pans for cooking the cookies- here in NC,USA I have found some do, some do not; some use same pan but a liner when baking the bread. Corporately I was told that they are supposed to use liners but some franchises do things differently. (Also they need to use new gloves when making your sub...)
We no longer go there because of the discrepancies re: baking of bread [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/frown.gif[/img]

Posted on: Wed, 01/10/2007 - 8:05am
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I've never seen peanut butter cookies in any Subway restaurant in Canada, which is why I consider Subway safe for me (here in Canada).
However, I know they bake PB cookies in American Subways, so I do not eat at them.

Posted on: Wed, 01/10/2007 - 11:36am
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That's it- I'm headed north- a safer Subway and safe Pizza Hut! I knew that this tarheel should have been a canadian! (At least we still have carolina basketball...)

Posted on: Sun, 01/14/2007 - 11:39pm
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Our family owned 2 Subways in US/New Hampshire within past 3 years. We have a PA son and we tried to keep our shops peanut free. We, of course, did not sell peanutbutter cookies -- however, that was only our choice -- many Subways do. The liners for the cookie and bread pans are Silpat (rubbery and I find hard to clean).
We became extremely discouraged with the group when they introduced a menu item with peanut in Australia.
Our son did not eat any of their prepared food - just a bag of chips and their frozen sugar cookies which we baked at home.
I do not think they are a responsible company when it comes to allergies!

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