For a lot of people, getting a peek behind the curtain when you work for a large company can be jarring. You get all of this new information that you want people to know, but really who are you going to tell? If only there was some group of people out there willing to listen to all of our minor chain trivia... Enter reddit. One user asked:
People who work in chain restaurants, what are some "secrets of the trade" of some of the more popular items on the menu that most people would have no clue about?
And guys, we are learning SO much right now.
Basically every soup comes frozen in bags and we just thaw it out in hot water. Same with the lemonades, we keep them in jugs frozen and just stick them under hot water.
This doesn't make our soups taste any less better. I'm simply just pointing out something people may not know about that famous bread place.