Subway launches new vegan options

New plant-based items hit stores in Ireland ahead of Veganuary 2021

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5 January 2021 | 0

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Subway has unveiled new additions to its plant-based menu for 2021 – the vegan T.L.C. (Tastes Like Chicken) Sub and Vegan Double Choc Cookie.

The plant-based T.L.C. Sub is made with a bespoke recipe designed to mimic Subway’s roast chicken breast strips, and is available with slices of Violife vegan cheese. The T.L.C. is fully customisable and is available as a 6-inch or Footlong Sub, a salad or a wrap for even more choice.

The T.L.C. Sub is made from soy-based protein for the plant-lovers and flexitarians to enjoy and is the result of over 10 years of development – but the group is confident it tastes so much like the real thing, that it reckons even meat-lovers should give it a try.

For the Subway cookie lovers out there, Subway will be expanding its existing cookie range to include a vegan offering for the first time. The Vegan Double Choc Cookiewill newly join the hallowed cookie menu, designed to replicate the flavour of Subway’s original Double Chocolate Cookie, and can be ordered as a single cookie, as part of a pack of three or the 12-cookie sharing box.

Vegans and non-vegans alike will now have an even wider choice at Subway. The two new tasty vegan items will be added to Subway’s plant-based menu alongside the popular Meatless Meatball Marinara, which launched in January this year and won PETAs 2020 award for Best Vegan Sandwich, the Plant-Based Patty, Vegan Toasted Bite and crispy Hash Browns.

“Our new plant-based T.L.C. Sub will delight both our vegan and non-vegan fans – we’ve created a product that tastes so much like our flavour-full chicken breast strips, guests will be surprised it’s not the real thing,” said Angelina Gosal, head of marketing UK & Ireland at Subway. “With our new additions, we now have one of the biggest and tastiest plant-based menus on the high street, to offer you even more choice.”

Customers can order in-store, use Mobile Order collection via the Subway app or order via delivery services including Just Eat, Uber Eats and Deliveroo.

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