Subway Restaurants Discontinue Sweet Peppers!

I went to about 3 Subway restaurants in the area, seeking answers, searching for hope! I wanted this to be a mistake, to be untrue, to be another cruel hoax against humanity. But alas, it appears to be the truth. The Subway restaurant chain has discontinued their super popular sweet peppers.

When asked about how many people purchased them, the responses ranged from 50%, to 75% of customers. This product was clearly a good seller and extremely popular. I’ve been really having second thoughts about eating there anymore. Fortunately for me, my local Subway still had a few boxes of sweet peppers left, but they made it clear, once this is gone, it’s over.

I haven’t been able to get an answer as to why exactly they have been discontinued, or if it’s all across the board. As it stands, at least in NYC, the ones I spoke with all said that the sweet peppers are gone.

This news really sucks, and as a major fan of those damn sweet peppers, I am highly disappointed with this news.

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Hello, If you go to the subways in downtown Brooklyn also the one near Columbus Circle they still have the sweet peppers. 🙂

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Yeah, the one in Jamaica, Queens also has it. I guess it’s just some of them, they may not want to pay for it? I’m not sure why they did it, when asked, they just said, “Discontinued.”


Not all Subways carry them but some do. It is listed on their website as a topping that may be at a location. Sadly I moved to MA in 2011 from PA and the Subways up here don’t have them.