• Subway is backing off breakfast, and it reveals a growing problem plaguing the restaurant industry

    4 days ago - By Business Insider

    Subway is no longer requiring franchisees to serve breakfast, eight years after introducing the morning meals, Bloomberg reported.
    With unemployment at a 17-year low, restaurants are struggling to find enough employees , especially during early morning hours.
    The change comes at a tumultuous time for Subway, with the chain's US store count falling by 909 last year.
    Subway is no longer requiring franchisees to serve breakfast.
    The sandwich chain changed its policies to allow franchisees to opt out of serving egg-based sandwiches and opening by 7 a.m. every day, Bloomberg reported.
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