Subway removing artificial ingredients

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Another restaurant is pulling artificial ingredients from its menu.

Over the next 18 months, Subway will remove artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives from their food.

However, Subway will begin serving from its more natural menu as soon as this fall.

Among the first items to be reintroduced are the roast beef and ham sandwiches.

Last week, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell, who are both owned by Yum! Brands, announced their plans to stop using artificial ingredients in food items.

Pizza Hut and Taco Bell hope to start serving their new menu by the end of this year.



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