Subway introduces new rotisserie-style chicken sandwich that’s antibiotic-free

Subway Sandwich Shop Introduces New Rotisserie-Style Chicken Raised without Antibiotics
Subway Sandwich Shop Introduces New Rotisserie-Style Chicken Raised without Antibiotics

Starting on March 1, Subway sandwich fans will be able to order their favorite sandwich with antibiotic-free rotisserie-style chicken.

Subway says the new rotisserie-style chicken also features no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives.

The chain’s new rotisserie-style chicken sandwich is made with tender, all white meat chicken that is hand-pulled in restaurant. Fans can pair the chicken with any of Subway’s fresh veggies, cheeses, or sauces.

The rotisserie-style chicken sandwich starts at at $4.75 for a 6-inch sub and $7.75 for a Footlong.

Additionally, beginning on April 1, the all-white meat chicken strips available at Subway nationwide will be free of artificial colors, flavors, preservatives and antibiotic-free.

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