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

7 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

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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.
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