Branches of Subway in Gloucester are not among 185 nationwide reported to be ditching ham and bacon for halal meat.
The move, which is reported to have been made to appeal to Muslim customers involves dropping bacon and ham in favour of turkey ham and turkey rashers.
But the Citizen can confirm the following branches in Gloucester will not be removing bacon or ham from the menu.
London Road Garage
St Oswald's Park
Barge Arm, Docks
A statement on the company's website said any stores using halal meat would have clear signposts informing customers.
It said: "Due to the growing popularity of the SUBWAY® chain, with the diverse multicultural population across the UK and Ireland, we put a programme in place in 2007 to ensure that the population demographic is taken into account when new store openings are considered in order that we meet consumer demand in each location.
"All our suppliers comply with EU animal welfare legislation as a minimum and we require suppliers of Halal products to adopt the stunning of animals prior to their slaughter. All Halal meats are certified by the appropriate Halal authorities.
"All Halal SUBWAY® stores have numerous signs stating that they serve Halal food. These are situated on the menu panels, nutritional information and in the front window of the store. Details about the locations of Halal stores can be found on the store finder at www.subway.com"