'Food Treats': Subway Unveils New Menu; Cheesecake Factory Offers 2 Free Slices

Jan 09, 2021 08:21 AM EST | By Josh Summers (staff@foodworldnews.com)

Various food brands welcome 2021 with exciting announcements and gimmicks with their hope to satisfy their patrons and attract more customers. This was echoed by Subway when they unraveled its new set of menu, alongside Cheesecake Factory's offer of free two slices of cheesecake with the customer's order next week.

It is no secret that people love promos and adventure that is why most of the food companies are grabbing the opportunity of starting the year with an abundance of meal deals and new products that will ring to their customers.

Subway's 2021 New Menu

2021 Food Bonanza: Subway Announces Their Permanent New Menu Items; Cheesecake Factory to offer 2 Free Slices of Cheesecake for Your Next Order
(Photo : Carl Court)
A Subway sign is displayed on a branch on July 4, 2017 in London, England. Subway has announced it will create 5,000 jobs in the UK and Ireland with plans to open 500 branches in the two countries by 2020.

In response to their competitors' move of improving their menu, Subway unleashes their new protein bowls that will be available permanently in their menu.

According to Eat This Not That, the Subway's spokesperson told Nation's Restaurant News that guests are now available to build any footlong into a protein bowl noting the same portion of vegetables, proteins, sauces, and cheeses, without the bread holding them together. 

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MSN notes that the spokesperson says the new menu caters to the preference of the customer making the bowls highly customizable to their palate's taste. He adds that the Veggie Delite is the brand's only footlong sandwich to not be replicated as a protein bowl because the sandwich does not have any visible protein from the beginning.

Eat This Not That emphasizes that Subway's new protein bowls will start at $6.99 but a customer can still customize their bowls for an additional cost. Offered on a limited time, Eat This Not recommends that people should take advantage of the $2 double portion of protein upgrade that is both applicable on footlong and protein bowls.

Cheesecake Factory 2 Free slices

2021 Food Bonanza: Subway Announces Their Permanent New Menu Items; Cheesecake Factory to offer 2 Free Slices of Cheesecake for Your Next Order
(Photo : Maddie Meyer)
A view of the Cheesecake Factory on March 26, 2020 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The restaurant chain has announced that it will not be able to pay its rent starting April 1 due to how the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has affected its business.

Now, if you don't feel like eating so much protein, but you want to smother yourself with sweets because of the chilly wind of winter, this promo might be for you. Cheesecake Factory will be giving away two free slices of cheesecake in any of their flavors.

The catch is you have to spend $30 to avail the two free slices. Not a bad deal if you will be sharing what you order for the whole family.

According to Delish, the promo will start on Jan. 11 and anyone who will order $30 or more through online takeout or delivery is eligible for the free two slices with any of The Cheesecake Factory flavors, so might as well choose your two favorites from their more than 30 flavors. 

MSN notes that people who wish to avail of the promo should indicate the promo code TWOSLICES when they check out their orders.

It also says that if you happen to miss the promo on Jan. 11, there would a promo week from Jan. 12 to 17 to get the slices of cheesecake with the same mechanics but with a promo code of GETASLICE. 

With deals like the Cheesecake Factory's two free slices and Subway's new menu, people will have more choices of food to choose from.

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