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Subway brings back Honey Oat Bread and Creamy Sriracha Sauce across the US!

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Subway is reintroducing its Honey Oat Bread, making a comeback after four years of absence. This delectable option will be available for a limited time at all Subway locations across the United States.

At the same time, the sandwich chain has decided to permanently include its Creamy Sriracha sauce on the menu.

The sauce, famed for its fusion of fiery red chili essence and smooth creaminess, used to be available only at specific locations.

Moreover, Subway has partnered with Miss Vickie’s to introduce an exclusive chip flavor.

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Subway now exclusively offers Baja Chipotle-flavored kettle-cooked potato chips in its restaurants. This chip collaboration marks a milestone for the sandwich chain.

Miss Vickie’s Baja Chipotle flavored chips blend their iconic crunch with the robust smokiness and spice reminiscent of Subway’s Baja Chipotle sauce.

Paul Fabre, Senior Vice President of Culinary and Innovation at Subway, expressed, “These recent enhancements to Subway’s menu are sure to please sandwich enthusiasts seeking bold and distinctive flavors, whether they prefer something light and sweet or crave a bit of heat.”

“Our fans adore our Honey Oat Bread and Creamy Sriracha sauce, but I’m excited for them to experience the innovative twist we’ve put on our signature Baja Chipotle Sauce through our collaboration with Miss Vickie’s.”

Earlier this month, Subway introduced a fresh selection of lavash-style wraps at its restaurants across the US.

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This marked the brand’s first new bread option in three years.

Drawing inspiration from Middle Eastern cuisine, the lavash-style flatbread accommodates more ingredients compared to a traditional wheat tortilla. Its soft, bubbly texture can easily contain a footlong protein serving within a six-inch wrap.

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