Please visit www.subway.com for more details on all of our delicious subs and salads. Our meats are not turkey-based, unless you are referring to the Cold Cut Combo or the turkey sub. Thanks for reaching out. The fact that you use cheap, turkey-based meats at all, says everything about your company. via
What is subways ham made out of?
HAM (Black Forest) Ham cured with: water, dextrose, 2% or less of modified food starch, salt, vinegar, seasoning [maltodextrin, flavors, sunflower oil, and smoked flavor], sodium phosphate, sodium erythorbate, sodium nitrite. via
Is Subway ham actually ham?
But that's more like the Subway Club sandwich, comprised of turkey, roast beef, and ham. The Cold Cut Combo is in fact comprised of ham, salami, and bologna (all turkey-based). For Shaw, making some swaps at Subway can result in a healthier meal. via
What is the meat at Subway made of?
Our U.S. Chicken
Our Oven Roasted Chicken and chicken strips are made from 100 percent all white meat chicken. The chicken is mixed with spices, seasoning and marinade then cooked and seared to perfection. When we add spices and seasoning to the marinade, we also add – in some regions – dried soy protein, like a spice. via
Which Subway meat is healthiest?
Here's a list of the healthiest Subway sandwiches that don't skimp on flavor.
Which Subway bread is healthiest?
Some of the healthiest Subway bread options are the 9-grain wheat, the 9-grain honey oat, and the multigrain and artisan flatbreads. These are fairly low in calories, but more importantly, they're fairly low in something that plagues the nutrition of many other Subway breads—sodium. via
Does Subway use pork?
The following sandwiches and salads ingredients are pork free: Meatball Marinara, Cold Cut Combo™ (US only), Tuna, Roast Beef, Subway® Seafood Sensation®, Turkey Breast, Steak & Cheese, Roasted Chicken and Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki. Additionally, our vegetables, sauces and cheeses are pork free. via
Is Subway pepperoni pork?
Pepperoni: Pork, beef, salt, dextrose, water, spices, corn syrup, paprika, oleoresin of paprika, flavorings, sodium erythorbate, lactic acid starter culture, sodium nitrite. via
What does turkey based mean?
I stopped into Subway for lunch in-between working the polls yesterday and ordered myself a Cold Cut Combo. It was then I saw an odd notice on the menu board: “All meats are turkey based.” “It means all the meat is turkey,” she answered without looking up. via
Does Subway use real chicken?
While the exact composition of Subway's chicken is seemingly up in the air, it's definitely not 100 percent chicken: According to the chain's own website, its chicken strips contain “boneless skinless chicken breast with rib meat, water, [and] 2 percent or less [of] soy protein concentrate, modified potato starch, via
Does Subway use halal meat?
Some Subway chains exclusively use halal meat. The ones which do contain labelling across the store to show that they are halal. A total of 202 stores in the UK serve halal meat, out of 2,000 – equating to about 1 in 10. via
Does Subway have a secret menu?
If you're a little tired from your usual order at Subway and want to order something different, it turns out that like many fast-food chains, Subway is also included in having a list of yummy secret menu items. In addition to the secret menu, Subway also has some secret specials requests you can make to your sandwich. via
Are subway ingredients fresh?
Subway, however, maintains that its food is freshly made in a statement issued to Eat This, Not That!. "We serve freshly made sandwiches, wraps, bowls, and salads," the company says, "and stand behind the quality and freshness of our food while complying fully with all laws on advertising." via
Is there still plastic in Subway bread?
The chain said today that it is removing an ingredient used to make yoga mats and rubber-soled shoes from its bread. “The complete conversion to have this product out the bread will be done soon,” Subway said in its statement. via
Is Jimmy John's Meat real?
At Jimmy John's, we don't make sandwiches. We make The Sandwich of Sandwiches SM. We use fresh vegetables because we don't hate salads, we just feel bad for them. We hand-slice our provolone cheese and meats in-house every day, because packaged pre-sliced meats doesn't have the same ring to it. via