Subway is shaking up its menu with this surprising new addition

Subway is refreshing its menu as it tries to keep pace with its competition.

Now the sub sandwich chain is getting creative to draw in customers.

And Subway is shaking up its menu with this surprising new addition.

Subway had been losing ground to fast-growing competitors like Jimmy John’s and Jersey Mike’s before revamping its menu and stores.

In many ways the chain was the original fast-casual restaurant with made-to-order sandwiches with fresh toppings.

But Subway was desperately in need of a change, so they launched the “Eat Fresh Refresh.”

New menu items, freshly sliced meats, and higher-quality ingredients were added to bring back customers.

Subway adds wraps made from Middle Eastern bread

Subway debuted four new wraps on its menu made with a new, lavash-style flatbread.

Lavash is Middle Eastern bread that can be compared to a cross between a tortilla and bread.

And it has fewer carbohydrates and more protein than traditional bread.

The four new wraps being added to the Subway Series menu are the Homestyle Chicken Salad, Honey Mustard Chicken, Cali Caprese, and Turkey, Bacon, and Avocado.

Subway’s Homestyle Chicken Salad is made fresh in the location with rotisserie-style chicken and mayo and is topped with lettuce, spinach, tomatoes, cucumber, and red onion.

Their Honey Mustard Chicken Salad also centers around a rotisserie-style chicken topped with lettuce, tomatoes, red onions, Monterey cheddar cheese, and Honey Mustard sauce.

The Cali Caprese is a vegetarian option, made with BelGioioso fresh mozzarella, smashed avocado, lettuce, spinach, tomatoes, onions, and cucumbers along with MVP Parmesan Vinaigrette and roasted garlic aioli.

And the Turkey, Bacon, and Avocado is a mix of old and new-school Subway with oven-roasted turkey breast, strips of bacon, smashed avocado, Monterey cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and a peppercorn ranch sauce.

“Wraps have become an afterthought on restaurant menus with uninspiring choices and snack-size portions that leave you wanting more,” Subway Senior Vice President of Culinary and Innovation Paul Fabre said. “That insight kickstarted the process of revamping Subway’s wraps. We spent over a year creating signature recipes with unique ingredients that bring out the best in our new lavash-style flatbread, and also fuel you up without weighing you down.”  

Subway making the switch to Pepsi products

In March, Subway announced that they had signed a 10-year agreement with PepsiCo to bring Pepsi products to its fountain machines and coolers.

Pepsi, Pepsi Zero Sugar, Aquafina, Gatorade, Lipton, Mountain Dew, Starry, and other Pepsi products will make their way into locations.

“The partnership with PepsiCo is an exciting milestone in our journey to become America’s favorite place to eat, drink, and work,” Subway North America President Doug Fry said. “It is a win-win for everyone, as it brings a delicious suite of beverage and snack choices to our guests.”

Subway is continuing to fine-tune its menu as part of its major refresh. 

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