Subway Has Launched Not One But TWO New Vegan Subs!

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Subway Has Launched Not One But TWO New Vegan Subs!

Calling all plant-based food lovers! We've got some incred vegan-based news that we just know you're going to flip for... Subway has launched even more vegan-friendly menu items! Say hello to the food chain's new T.L.C Tikka (Tastes.Like.Chicken.) and T.L.S. (Tastes.Like.Steak.).

Subway launched the Classic T.L.C back in 2020, but this year, the iconic sandwich company has taken things up a notch with a brand-new flavour twist. The T.L.C. Tikka is made with strips of plant-based ‘chicken’ with tikka-inspired flavours, designed to mimic Subway’s roast chicken breast strips. And the best part? You can get it with slices of vegan cheese.

Available in stores now, you can get your hands on this spice-inspired vegan sub in a 6-inch and Footlong Sub as well as a salad or a wrap. But be quick! It's only available until the 15 February.

Photo credit: Subway
Photo credit: Subway

The T.L.S on the other hand, is being rolled out on a trial basis in 350 stores across the South of England. So, we'll have to wait and see what the verdict is on that one! Although, we're pretty convinced it'll be darn delicious.

Photo credit: Subway
Photo credit: Subway

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Mays Elansari, Head of Marketing UK & Ireland at Subway said, "Our new plant-based T.L.C. Tikka and T.L.S. taste so delicious that vegans, flexitarians and non-vegans will love them! At Subway, we are proud to have one of the have one of the widest and tastiest ranges of plant-based choices on the high street, without any compromise on flavour or taste, to offer our guests even more choice."

Both items join Subway's already extensive plant-based menu, with the likes of a Meatless Meatball Marinara, Veggie Delite and Vegan Double Choc Cookie.

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