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Subway reveals Christmas menu including new pots of dipping gravy

SUBWAY has unveiled its Christmas menu and shoppers have just days left until they can grab the items for a taste.

The American subway chain is launching its range on Wednesday, November 9, featuring a new gravy dipping pot and sticky toffee pudding cookie.

Subway is launching it Christmas menu featuring two new items

Some classic items are making a comeback as well including the turkey stack sub, brie sub melt and mini pigs in blankets pot.

Foodies looking to pick up the new items will be able to get the majority of them at one of Subways over 2,200 UK stores or online for delivery.

The range is available until January 3, 2023, or while stocks last.

Weve asked Subway for the product prices and calories and will update this story when weve heard back.

Whats included in the new menu?

The new festive menu features the turkey stack sub, which comes with turkey breast, maple smoked streaky bacon, crispy hash browns and veggies.

Next, theres the brie submelt which features American-style cheese, caramelised red onions and sweet onion sauce.

Plus, theres the mini pigs in blanket pot as well for those fancying a festive snack.



The two new items include a dipping gravy pot to pair up with any of the other festive Christmas menu.

For those with a bit of a sweet tooth theres the sticky toffee pudding cookie.

All of the items are available in-store or online bar the brie submelt which is only available in participating stores.

Its not the first time Subway has unveiled a Christmas menu to entice customers.

Last year, it brought out a whole range of festive foods, including a tiger pig sub and chocolate orange cookies.

While a number of chains have already revealed their Christmas menus for this year.

Pret a Manger has launched its festive menu with some major changes.

Meanwhile, fast food chain McDonalds revealed its Christmas hot drinks range for 2022 and it includes a new latte.

Plus, a number of chains have unveiled their Christmas sandwiches.

For the full list, you can read our story here.

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