Subway purchasing co-op inks deal with PepsiCo

Subway purchasing co-op inks deal with PepsiCo

MILFORD, CONN. .—Subway and IPC, the quick-service sandwich chain’s independent franchisee purchasing cooperative, have expanded their relationship with PepsiCo Foodservice by signing a seven-year agreement to provide Frito-Lay snacks to the foodservice brand’s North American franchisees.

The contract is a renewal of an existing agreement in the United States but expands that relationship to include Subway operations in Canada. .—Subway and IPC, the quick-service sandwich chain’s independent franchisee purchasing cooperative, have expanded their relationship with PepsiCo Foodservice by signing a seven-year agreement to provide Frito-Lay snacks to the foodservice brand’s North American franchisees.

IPC represents franchisees in the United States and Canada. .—Subway and IPC, the quick-service sandwich chain’s independent franchisee purchasing cooperative, have expanded their relationship with PepsiCo Foodservice by signing a seven-year agreement to provide Frito-Lay snacks to the foodservice brand’s North American franchisees.

Subway and PepsiCo also said they are developing a global partnership that will further create and align businesses in Europe, Asia and Latin America. .—Subway and IPC, the quick-service sandwich chain’s independent franchisee purchasing cooperative, have expanded their relationship with PepsiCo Foodservice by signing a seven-year agreement to provide Frito-Lay snacks to the foodservice brand’s North American franchisees.

Subway has some 28,000 outlets around the world. .—Subway and IPC, the quick-service sandwich chain’s independent franchisee purchasing cooperative, have expanded their relationship with PepsiCo Foodservice by signing a seven-year agreement to provide Frito-Lay snacks to the foodservice brand’s North American franchisees.

“PepsiCo Foodservice is proud to extend and build on our successful partnership with Subway,” said Chris Furman, president of PepsiCo Foodservice in Plano, Texas. “Subway is a key destination to connect consumers to our snack products in the United States. The new expanded relationship will allow more consumers globally to experience our great tasting snack foods.” .—Subway and IPC, the quick-service sandwich chain’s independent franchisee purchasing cooperative, have expanded their relationship with PepsiCo Foodservice by signing a seven-year agreement to provide Frito-Lay snacks to the foodservice brand’s North American franchisees.

“The Subway restaurant chain values partners who understand our consumers and who deliver the quality products people have come to expect of our restaurants,” said Suzanne Greco, director of research and development for Subway parent Doctor’s Associates Inc. “By providing our customers a wide array of Frito-Lay snacks, PepsiCo Foodservice meets the needs of our restaurants and is well suited to help contribute to our success both domestically and internationally.” .—Subway and IPC, the quick-service sandwich chain’s independent franchisee purchasing cooperative, have expanded their relationship with PepsiCo Foodservice by signing a seven-year agreement to provide Frito-Lay snacks to the foodservice brand’s North American franchisees.