Subway Launches Vegan Sub Sandwich in the UK
The “Impossible” and “Beyond” burgers have seized the matters of missing anything after going vegan. They are innovative and ethical. Products like Gregg’s plant-based sausage rolls were nothing short of billion-worth as it topped the company’s sales records. Let alone the plant-based versions of other food chain giants like Burger King, they’re simply game changers. The latest mention-worthy passenger on the vegan train is Subway, UK. The global sandwich maker is going vegan with its vegan sub sandwich launch in the United Kingdom. Know more here.
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Subway Launches Vegan Sub Sandwich in the United Kingdom
The latest and rather unsuspecting fast-food chain to join the populated vegan train is Subway in the UK. They’ve come up with their latest offering: a plant-based sub with a patty made of red peppers, garlic, red onions and chili. You can grab your own six-inch sub at a price tag of £3.80 all over the Subways across UK, starting April 17th this year.
What will make this vegan sub sandwich unique? It is the company’s brand new plant-based garlic aioli, which will be served with this product. You can enjoy the new plant-based sub in a six-inch vegan sandwich with the patty, or you can choose to have it with a salad. The introduction of these two plant-based menus, the classic sub and salads means that you won’t miss the gang if your colleagues rush to a nearby Subway for lunch. Now you can enjoy too.
The Plant-Based Express
To what we’re referring to as a “train” is the long trail of food businesses joining veganism. And what is more is that many are targeting the broader base of customers and not just vegans, proving that increasing numbers of people are enjoying plant-based for a variety of reasons: ethics, health and the environment. What is your reaction to Subway’s launch of Vegan Sub sandwich? Let me know in the comments.