SUBWAY® stops on Dominica


Portsmouth, Dominica - Many Ross University medical students can attest to eating a meal ‘on the go’ as a common occurrence in their life. But imagine trying to combine convenience with eating a healthy, balanced diet. For many students, that obstacle just got easier.

On Monday, March 27, 2006 SUBWAY opened its doors for business in the Seaside building. Fortunately, fast food doesn’t have to mean unhealthy food. SUBWAY sandwiches and salads offer a healthier and fresher alternative to traditional fast foods such as burgers, kebabs, fried chicken, and fries. These options still taste delicious and are made-to-order in a matter of minutes.
More than a healthy option, SUBWAY reminds students of the sub shops from their hometowns. “SUBWAY is a great way to feel at home,” said Todd Nguyen, a Ross medical student and member of the Welcome Committee. Many students, including Todd, were happy to see the shop arrive. With over 500 sandwiches served daily, this franchise has been well received by Ross medical students and faculty.

The flexibility of the chain’s franchise system has enabled SUBWAY outlets to open in a wide range of both traditional and non-traditional locations, including shopping centers, airports, colleges, and convenience outlets. Unlike many traditional food outlets, there is no need for grills and fryers in a SUBWAY store.

The SUBWAY chain attributes much of its popularity to the range of freshly made delicious sandwiches. SUBWAY provides the customer exactly what they want and make sandwiches right before the customer’s eyes.

SUBWAY is the world’s largest submarine sandwich chain with more than 25,000 restaurants in 84 countries.