Subway restaurants is launching two daring additions to its Signature Wraps collection—Sesame-Ginger Glazed Chicken Signature Wrap and Sweet N’ Smoky Steak & Guac Signature Wrap. These protein-packed wraps, which feature double the meat of an average 6-inch sub, will be available until April 24 at participating restaurants.
- The Thai-inspired Sesame-Ginger Glazed Chicken Signature Wrap delivers a refreshing and exotic flavor combination, while the Sweet N’ Smoky Steak & Guac Signature Wrap highlights rich flavors and subtle spices with the help of Subway’s smoky Guajillo Mesquite Sauce. The two new builds are:
- New Sesame-Ginger Glazed Chicken Signature Wrap—Spinach Wrap, Rotisserie-Style Chicken with Sesame Ginger Glaze, shredded Monterey Cheddar, spinach, freshly-sliced cucumbers, and red onions.
- New Sweet N’ Smoky Steak & Guac Signature Wrap—Tomato Basil Wrap, savory steak smothered in a Guajillo Mesquite Sauce, creamy guacamole, shredded Monterey Cheddar, lettuce, freshly sliced tomatoes, green peppers, and red onions, with black olives and jalapenos.
Starting with the launch of its Signature Wraps collection just last year, Subway has made it a priority to disrupt its menu with the introduction of bold combinations and exotic new flavors. Along with its new Signature Wraps additions, the brand unveiled its rule-breaking Ultimate Cheesy Garlic bread this past December, and announced a strategic partnership with Tastemade.
Subway offers a fresh alternative to traditional fast food, serving 7 million made-to-order sandwiches a day. Guests choose from over 4.9 billion combinations of quality proteins, fresh vegetables, and bread baked daily in the U.S. The world’s largest restaurant chain serves nutritious and delicious subs, soups, and salads at about 44,000 restaurants in more than 100 countries.
Founded by then 17-year-old Fred DeLuca and family friend Dr. Peter Buck more than 52 years ago, Subway is still a family-owned business, working with more than 21,000 dedicated franchisees in communities around the world.