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Subway Permanently Axes Two of its Popular Menu Items

What fans have called 'the most popular and tastier meat options' are now a thing of the past.

Subway is streamlining its menu, and fans are shocked that the sandwich chain decided to ax these two popular items instead of letting some less desirable options fall by the wayside.

According to food blog Brand Eating, Subway has stopped offering roast beef and rotisserie chicken, and franchisees can no longer order these two menu items to sell at their locations.

Subway already made the major change on their online menu; however, it seems like some locations may still be carrying these sandwiches as they run through their supply. In fact, Subway's customer service Twitter account responded to a tweet by a customer complaining about how roast beef was being removed from the menu, saying "Some of our locations may still be carrying this!"

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The move to drop roast beef and rotisserie chicken from the menu shocked both customers and employees. According to one Twitter user, when he asked Subway employees why the sandwich chain was discontinuing rotisserie chicken, they allegedly said that the menu item was one of its top-sellers.

Although you won't see roast beef or rotisserie chicken on the menu next time you need a sandwich, you can expect these 5 New Things You'll See at Subway When It Reopens.

Olivia Tarantino
Olivia Tarantino is the Managing Editor of Eat This, Not That!, specializing in nutrition, health, and food product coverage. Read more about Olivia