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    Subway plans 100 more outlets by end 2010


    Subway Systems India Pvt Ltd, the QSR chain that specialises in sandwiches and salads, plans to take its total store count to 250 in the year 2010. In an exclusive interview with IndiaRetailing, Manpreet Gulri, development agent, Subway Systems India Pvt Ltd. stated, “We plan to have a total number of 250 Subway restaurants in India in the year 2010.”

    “With the expansion, our reach will increase to 29 cities of India,” Gulri further informed. At present, Subway operates 150 restaurants in 25 cities in the country. The total retail space occupied by the brand is 75,000 square feet.

    Subway entered India in the year 2001 with its first restaurant opened in New Delhi. Subway restaurants, in India, have customised their offerings taking into account the sentiments of the vegetarian population of the country. The restaurants do not serve any beef or pork products and have an expanded selection of vegetarian choices along with international favourites.

    — Bhavya Misra