Who Invented Subway Sandwiches?

Answer In 1965, 17-year-old Fred DeLuca started his first submarine sandwich shop. Trying to make money for school, he borrowed $1,000 from his friend Peter Buck and opened up a shop in Bridgeport, Connec... Read More »

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Where did Subway sandwiches originate?

Subway, which was originally called Pete's Super Submarines, first opened its doors in Bridgeport, Connecticut in 1964. It eventually changed its name, then opened the first franchised Subway resta... Read More »

Who invented peanut butter sandwiches?

While it is unclear exactly who invented the peanut butter sandwich, it was first mentioned in 1901, in an article by author Julia Davis Chandler. According to Andrew F. Smith, author of "Peanuts: ... Read More »

Who invented the Subway sandwich?

The Subway sandwich was invented in 1965 by a 17-year-old named Fred DeLuca. It came about as a result of a suggestion by a friend of his family, Dr. Peter Buck, that Fred make money for his colle... Read More »