Sixth formers named runners-up in a contest to design new Subway sandwich

City of Norwich School students were crowned runners-up in a Subway competition. Picture: Ormiston A

City of Norwich School students were crowned runners-up in a Subway competition. Picture: Ormiston Academies Trust - Credit: Archant

Four sixth formers from a Norwich school have been named runners-up in a competition which challenged them to design a sandwich worthy of shop shelves.

The year 13 students from City of Norwich School (CNS) came second in the business competition, which is run by Subway, winning £250.

Students Anwar Hussain, Joss Francis, Benjamin Lacey and Kay Sutkowski were one of the six teams shortlisted from 94 applications to attend the finals.

The Design a Sub Challenge asked entrants to design a new low-fat product for Subway stores, produce a marketing campaign worth £20,000 and a business plan.

The winning team may now see their design go on sale in more than 100 stores throughout the region.


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Mel Collison, subject leader of business and economic at City of Norwich School, said: 'This was an absolutely super event and something they should all be very proud of.'

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