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    Subway Rolls Out Limited-Time Buffalo Chicken Sub

    The low-fat sandwich will be available Sept. 25 through Nov. 16, as a $5 footlong.

    MILFORD, Conn. -- Subway's new Buffalo Chicken submarine sandwich -- a spicy new addition to the sandwich chain's roster of low-fat sandwiches -- will be available for a limited time, from Sept. 25 through Nov. 16.

    As a six-inch sub with seven grams of fat, the new sandwich fits in well with the variety of low-fat offerings available as part of the Subway Fresh Fit meal choices, which combine low-fat, six-inch sandwiches with healthier-for-you sides, such as baked chips, apple slices, yogurt, diet drinks or bottled water, the chain stated.

    The sandwich will be available as a $5 footlong sub at participating locations.

    "We take tender strips of chicken, tossed with a spicy Buffalo sauce and serve it on our fresh-baked bread with lettuce, tomato, green pepper and top everything with a light creamy ranch dressing that not only provides the flavor profile a sandwich like this demands, but is also low-fat," stated Chris Martone, executive chef for the Subway brand. "We knew that creating a Buffalo Chicken submarine sandwich would raise expectations among our loyal customers, as well as fans of spicy Buffalo chicken dishes from around the country, so we were careful to create the ideal recipe using the perfect ingredients to make this a winner for both consumers who wanted to enjoy this as a full-flavor sandwich, as well as those looking for low-fat meal options."

    The new sub is being introduced nationwide after extensive testing in selected markets where it was well received, often turning into a customer favorite, Subway said.

    Headquartered in Milford, Conn., the Subway restaurant chain is the world's largest submarine sandwich franchise, with more than 31,500 locations in 91 countries.

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