Subway Welcomes Back Honey Oat Bread And Creamy Sriracha Sauce Alongside New Miss Vickie’s Baja Chipotle Chips


Subway has updated its menu, bringing back fan favorites like Honey Oat Bread and Creamy Sriracha sauce to locations across the country. The sandwich chain has also introduced a new chip flavor from Miss Vickie’s, inspired by the brand’s Baja Chipotle sauce – a great choice for anyone wanting to complement their sandwich with a kick of heat.

Making its way back onto the menu for a limited time after a 4-year hiatus is Subway’s fan-favorite Honey Oat Bread. Perfect for those looking to add a touch of sweet and earthy flavor to any sub, this hearty multigrain bread is rolled in the brand’s signature honey oat topping.

Subway today also announced that their Creamy Sriracha sauce is now a permanent menu fixture. Previously only available at select locations, Creamy Sriracha is touted as Subway’s spiciest sauce, combining red chili flavor with a creamy texture that pairs well with any sandwich.

In addition, Subway also announced a new collaboration with Miss Vickie’s Kettle Cooked Potato Chips, available exclusively at participating locations nationwide. Miss Vickie’s Baja Chipotle flavored chips combine the signature crunch of Miss Vickie’s Kettle Cooked Potato Chips with the bold smoke and spice that put Subway’s Baja Chipotle sauce on the map.

This latest menu refresh represents Subway’s second major update this month, following the introduction of a new lineup of wraps served on a new lavash-style flatbread.


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