Subway Gluten-Free Menu

Here is the complete Subway Gluten-Free menu.

Subway Gluten-Free Menu 2018

Subway is experimenting with gluten-free bread in select locations. Check with your local store. Unfortunately, if they don’t have gluten-free bread then your only choice is a salad. Hopefully Subway will expand their gluten-free options nationwide eventually!

Note: I can confirm there are no stores in Arizona that have gluten-free options.

Salads

  • Buffalo Chicken (includes Ranch dressing)
  • Chicken & Bacon Ranch Melt (Includes Cheese)
  • Cold Cut Combo
  • Ham (Black Forest)
  • Italian BMT®
  • Oven Roasted Chicken (with chicken strips)
  • Roast Beef
  • Tuna
  • Turkey Breast
  • Turkey Breast & Ham
  • Spicy Italian
  • Subway Club®
  • Steak & Cheese
  • Veggie Delite®

Drinks

  • All drinks are gluten-free.

Subway History

Subway is currently ranked as the fastest growing fast food restaurant chain in the world. It is a privately held company with the main headquarters located in Milford, Connecticut. It’s the brainchild of Fred DeLuca who founded it in August 1965 at the age of 17. He borrowed $1,000 to start a sandwich shop with the sole aim of paying for his college fees.

DeLuca wanted to study medicine but did not have the funds for tuition. His friend suggested that they open a business and with an initial input of $1,000 from the same person, the landscape was set for a future success story in the fast food industry. Subway’s first store was located in Bridgeport, Connecticut.

The founders set a goal of opening 32 stores within the first 10 years. Fred soon mastered the art of running a business, including the importance of serving well cooked, high quality food and providing exceptional customer service. They also learned how to keep operational costs low and identify great locations for opening new stores. These lessons still play an integral part in Subway restaurants to this day.

The food chain is known for selling made-to-order sandwiches, including foot long ‘submarines’ which are oblong-shaped buns filled with meat and toppings. They also have salads, desserts and beverages which were introduced to increase the customer base. Subway has managed to undercut its competitors mainly because of the low startup costs, affordable food prices and marketing techniques that focus on fresh ingredients with low calorie content and reduced sodium.

Today, Subway is an internationally acclaimed brand with more than 44,000 locations around the globe. They are the leading choice for those looking for a quick, nutritious meal that can be enjoyed by the entire family. Though the company doesn’t list its financial results publicly, Forbes estimates that they have an annual revenue of approximately $18 billion. Mr. DeLuca is credited with turning a simple idea into a multi-billion dollar empire.

Sources

If this Subway gluten-free menu was helpful or if you find something inaccurate please let us know below.

Not happy with the Subway menu? Let them know we want healthier gluten-free options.
1-800-888-4848 ext 857 (Customer Service Phone)
Contact Subway
Subway Gluten-Free Menu
  • Gluten-Free Options
2

Summary

Subway does have some great salads, but unfortunately only a few stores have experimented with gluten-free bread. No gluten-free turkey sandwiches quite yet!

Sending
User Rating 2.17 (6 votes)
All restaurant and fast food trademarks, service marks, trade names, product names and logos appearing on the site are the property of their respective owners.

10 thoughts on “Subway Gluten-Free Menu

    • The oven-roasted chicken has corn gluten. I didn’t even know what that was until I ate it on gluten-free bread and still got sick (no one in the restaurant told me that was in it), but after ordering something else (buffalo chicken sandwhich), I haven’t had problems since. So just be aware of that because I don’t even have a severe allergy, just a mild intolerance.

  1. Do you know what the gluten free buns are made of? Is there wheat in them? My husband has a wheat allergy so it would be great to know if he could eat this. Thanks.

  2. All of the subways in my area have gluten-free bread and it’s great! I thought I’d have to give up my favorite fast food chain when I gave up gluten but luckily I won’t. They aren’t always careful about preventing cross-contamination, though, so you have to keep that in mind if you have a really serious allergy.

    • Unfortunately it’s up to the franchise owner, so you would have to call ahead. However, if you live near a Jersey Mikes, they just launched nationwide Udi’s gluten-free buns this month!

Leave a Comment