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August 17, 2005

Albany- Known for healthy do it your way type of subs, Subway in Albany is taking on a new approach and making calzones filled with good taste and a different kind of flavor.  

      From now until the end of September, Subway will test their new calzones in Albany, Birmingham, Alabama and Columbus, Georgia.

   The test markets will also determine whether or not the concept spreads and people all over will get a chance to eat the tasty Calzones.  

   Store owner Alfredia Shelton says, "The calzones are tasty and full of goodness but you can eat a sub when you want to be healthy and eat a calzone when you want a treat."

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