Subway launches tasty new Toasted Bites

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Subway has expanded its offering once again with a small addition to the menu – Toasted Bites.

The new menu options, which are labelled as Toasted Bites, are actually a range of ciabatta bread rolls, measuring three square inches. Customers can choose from four different fillings. Cheese lovers will enjoy the Cheese Toasted Bite, filled with American-style cheese and two salad options, and the Ham & Cheese Toasted Bite, with added succulent ham.

The Tuna Melt Toasted Bite includes tuna, melted American-style cheese and two salad options, while those looking for something a bit different could go for the Steak & Cheese Toasted Bite. This choice is made with tender steak strips, onions, green peppers, melted American-style cheese and two salad options.

Each Toasted Bite is very reasonably priced, at just £1.29, and customers can get more for their money by opting for the Savers Bundle. This includes two Toasted Bites and a regular drink, and starts at just £2.99.

The perfect size for a lunch option or quick snack, Subway’s Toasted Bites are sure to be a hit amongst those who are looking to improve their diet this January. In fact, the Steak & Cheese Toasted Bites only contain 119 calories each, making them a great choice for health-conscious consumers.

The introduction of the Toasted Bites follows a recent surge in new vegetarian and vegan menu items across a number of food outlets. Greggs’ Vegan Steak Bake, KFC’s vegan ‘chicken’ burger and Costa’s Smoky Ham & CheeZe Toastie all cater to the growing proportion of consumers choosing to maintain a vegan diet.

But those after something more substantial can also satisfy their hunger at Subway. The sandwich franchise’s Meatless Meatball Marinara is another recent addition to the menu that substitutes meat for a plant-based alternative. This new range of meat and dairy-free sandwiches will help make sure Subway always maximises its customer base. To find out how you can get involved with the franchise, click here.

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