A good price point, a solid sandwich and a legendary jingle isn't enough to save a 12 inch sandwich according to a Subway CEO.  Starting this month, Subway restaurant owners will have the option to do away with the 5 Dollar Footlong.

According to the USA Today, the change takes effect this month. The $5 foot-long had been off the menu for years when subway gave it a second life last winter.

A lot of franchisees weren't happy complaining  about the narrow profit margins that came with the deal.

The chain is pushing franchise owners to experiment with their own value deals based on business costs.

As of June 2017, Subway has about 45,000 restaurants in more than 100 countries.

Jared Fogle was a national spokesman for the company in the US starting in January 2000, giving talks on healthy living and appearing in advertisements Subway cut ties with Fogle on August 18, 2015, amid expectations that he would plead guilty to child pornography and child molestation charges, which were confirmed the following day in November 2015, he was sentenced to more than 15 years in federal prison.