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Subway’s New Vegan Patty

Sandwich chain Subway has just started offering a new vegan sandwich in Canada.

Select Subway restaurants in Canada have begun offering an all-vegan patty for sandwiches. Dubbed the “Totally Vegged” Vegetable Patty, the cruelty-free creation was implemented after the company received customer requests, like those from Compassion Over Killing’s welovesubway.com campaign, for more vegan options. The sandwich is currently being offered at three locations in Ontario and one in British Columbia, but Subway may expand to other franchises if it is successful. COK is encouraging vegans to voice their opinions to the company via its telephone hotline or email comment service.

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