Subway Unveils New Autumn Carved Turkey Sandwich With Cranberry Mustard Sauce

Subway Unveils New Autumn Carved Turkey Sandwich With Cranberry Mustard Sauce
Subway Unveils New Autumn Carved Turkey Sandwich With Cranberry Mustard Sauce

Subway welcomes fall with the launch of the new Autumn Carved Turkey Sandwich. The new sandwich officially launches nationwide on Monday, October 10, 2016 as part of Subway’s new limited-time fall menu.

The Autumn Carved Turkey Sandwich features the chain’s carved turkey, sliced cheddar cheese, New Cranberry Mustard Sauce, spinach, tomato, and red onion on oven-toasted 9-grain wheat bread.

Subway Autumn Carved Turkey
Subway Autumn Carved Turkey

In addition to the new sandwich, Subway will also be offering the following new fall-inspired treats: Pumpkin Spice Cookies, Caramel Apple Pie Cookies and Rainbow Candy.

The new Pumpkin Spice cookies are made with pumpkin-flavored dough, vanilla, molasses, nutmeg, white confectionary chips, and cinnamon.

The new Apple Pie cookies feature a mix of Granny Smith and Fuji apples, nutmeg, cloves, natural apple flavoring and a light coating of cinnamon.

Autumn Carved Turkey Sub
New Autumn Carved Turkey Sub and Cookies

We’ve heard reports that some Subway locations are already offering items from the new fall-themed menu, including the Autumn Carved Turkey Sandwich.

Additionally, Subway Canada will also be offering a version of the Autumn Carved Turkey Sandwich featuring 100 percent Canadian Carved Turkey. New Apple Pie Cookies will also be available. The new fall menu items will officially launch at participating Subway Canada locations on Tuesday, October 11, 2016.

Subway’s Autumn Carved Turkey Sandwich with new Cranberry Mustard Sauce will be available nationwide at participating locations from October 10, through November 23, 2016.

Nutrition Information – Autumn Carved Turkey Sandwich (6-inch sandwich)

  • Calories: 430 (From fat – 90)
  • Fat: 10g
  • Sugar: 15g (Carbs – 54g)
  • Sodium: 1160mg
  • Protein: 30g

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