Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Diabetes Friendly Subway Restaurant

In Kansas City only, Subway has launched a diabetes-friendly menu.  It's a test to see if Subways around the United States will adopt the menu.  It's exciting that Subway chose our market for their test because all those who suffer from diabetes will have the opportunity to eat food made specifically to fit their needs.  If the new menu proves popular, it could influence other businesses, local or national, to try similar tactics.  Subway is trying something brave and beneficial to the public.

Subway will be featuring a new drink called Vitazest, which is specifically made for those with diabetes.  The drink has no calories, carbs, sodium or sugar and will also soon hit the Kansas City test market for retail sale.
You can find out more information from the Subway Scoopit website. If anyone has given the new menu a try, please feel free to let us know what you think in the comments below.

5 comments:

  1. Very cool. Those are healthier options for the rest of us, too. I love seeing businesses take steps to make it easier for me to feed my family healthy food.

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  2. Today I'm enjoying a pomegranite VITAZEST.. it's nice to have something not filled with sugar and carbonation for a change.

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  3. This is an amazing drink!!!! The menu is very healthy
    and I a diabetic mother think it is healthy for my daughters too!
    We love VITAZEST and the Subway Diabetes Friendlier Meal Choices!
    GOD BLESS!!

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  4. Really subway help to the diabetes ? well that is some great news , now i will eat right there salad and subway delicious .

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  5. I am looking to your next post since I have a new food business now I need more knowledgeable and helpful information.

    sugar

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