Wait. Did we just write "Subway" and "offering Wild Alaska Salmon" in the same sentence? Yep. On Feb. 9—Ash Wednesday—Subway restaurants in eight upper Midwest markets began serving Applewood smoked Wild Alaska Salmon. Customers can get it in a sub, in a wrap sandwich or on a salad. Because the salmon has already been cooked during the smoking process, it can be eaten cold, a factor that makes everything from supply chain logistics to in-store handling procedures simple and safe. Pricing is ...
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