Subway trial 6 foot sub

Subway is trialling a SIX-FOOT sub this week which can feed 25 hungry customers.

The Giant Sub will cost from £116 and the first – the popular Italian BMT – took a team of three Sandwich Artists two-and-a-half hours to complete.

The monster snack is part of Subway’s campaign for everyone to enjoy a long lunch after a poll of 2,000 Brits revealed that the average worker takes just 34 minutes of their lunch hour.

More than one in ten of respondents said they don’t take a lunch break at all.

Sacha Clark, Marketing Director for Subway UK and Ireland said: “We are delighted to be launching the Giant Sub, a sharing Sub which can be made in any of our 62 million flavour combinations.

“We were dismayed to learn that so many Brits are cutting short their lunch hour and hope that everyone will take this opportunity to book in that long lunch by getting together with friends to enjoy a Giant Sub.”

The Giant Sub is currently being trialled at 40 City Road, London store before being rolled out nationally.


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