About the New Sandwich
Have you tried Subway’s new Tuscan Chicken Melt? Featuring seasoned chicken strips, melted cheese and a tangy balsamic vinaigrette dressing, the Tuscan Chicken Melt – at 380 calories and 8 grams of fat per sandwich* — is proof that , good-for-you can also taste delicious. Tasting is believing! Hurry though because the Tuscan Chicken Melt is sold only through the rest of October.
If you are interested in more good-for-you options, be sure to look out for the American Heart Association’s Heart-Check logo on SUBWAY menus! SUBWAY restaurants have always aimed to provide you with better options and tasty alternatives to greasy fast food. Heart-Check certified SUBWAY sandwiches meet the AHA’s stringent nutrition criteria, which includes measurements for sodium, calories, cholesterol, saturated fat and trans-fat levels.
For more information feel free to visit their website: http://bit.ly/Ho0lpy. Need more convincing? You can also check out the Zagat 2012 Fast-Food Survey, where for the 4th year in a row they’ve clinched the #1 spot in the mega chain category for Healthy Options, Most Popular and Top Service: http://bit.ly/VPuaCU!
My Take on the Sandwich
All I can say is Yum! This sandwich tasted great and for the calories was definitely worth it. I loved the mixture of flavors on this sandwich and best of all you can make the sandwich anyway you like it! I highly encourage everyone to go out and try this before it is gone at the end of the month!
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