Subway is no longer awaiting final guidelines from the FDA as menu labeling laws are once again delayed.
The previously announced federal rule that would require all foodservice locations to provide nutrition information has once again been delayed. However, despite the delay, Subway is moving to meet these demands.
According to a report from NBC15, Subway has announced that all of its new menu boards have posted calorie counts for all menu items. The new boards are already being distributed, and the chain expects to have the new boards posted in all 27,000 if its stores, nationwide, by April 11.
Restaurants have been awaiting final guidelines from the Food and Drug Administration, but the FDA has delayed the enforcement of the rule until next year.
New York City Subway locations already post calorie counts, along with other locations where such postings are currently required.