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Posted on by Alisa Fleming in Fast Food Restaurants with 8 Comments
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SubwayDue to the way Subway sandwiches are prepared, cross contamination with dairy-containing ingredients is a risk (as with any fast food restauarant). The sandwich preparer should change their gloves and use a fresh wrapper (watch for this), but still use caution if you have a severe food allergy. It is at least nice that you can easily watch them prepare your food!

No Dairy (Milk) Ingredients (use caution due to cross-contamination potential):

  • Sandwiches (no cheese requested) – Cold Cut Combo, Black Forest Ham, Italian BMT, Oven Roasted Chicken, Roast Beef, Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki, Seafood Sensation, Tuna, Turkey Breast, Turkey Breast & Ham, Spicy Italian, Subway Club, Veggie Delite
  • Salads (no cheese requested) -  Cold Cut Combo, Black Forest Ham, Italian BMT, Oven Roasted Chicken, Roast Beef, Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki, Seafood Sensation, Tuna, Turkey Breast, Turkey Breast & Ham, Spicy Italian, Subway Club, Veggie Delite
  • Breads & Wraps – Light Wheat English Muffin, Hearty Italian, Honey Oat, White Italian, Roasted Garlic, Sourdough, 9-Grain Wheat, and Wrap
  • Meats, Poultry, & Seafood – Bacon Strips, Oven Roasted Chicken, Chicken Strips (plain and teriyaki glazed), Egg White Omelet, Ham, Roast Beef, Seafood Sensation Blend, Steak, Tuna, Turkey Breast, Italian BMT Meats, and Cold Cut Combo Meats
  • Condiments & Dressings – Buffalo Sauce, Honey Mustard Sauce, Light & Regular Mayo, All Mustards, Oil & Vinegar, and Sweet Onion Sauce
  • Vegetable Toppings – All

Restaurant Website: www.subway.com

Allergen Informationwww.subway.com/Nutrition/Files/US_Allergen_chart.pdf

*The above information was supplied by the corresponding restaurant via their website, customer service, or other published nutritional information.  Ingredients and menu offerings are constantly changing in the food service industry, and can be subject to interpretation.  For this reason, Go Dairy Free does not guarantee nor take responsibility for the accuracy of this information.  If severe allergies or intolerances are a concern, contact the restaurant directly before purchasing or consuming one of their products.  Cross-contamination of potential food allergens should always be considered a possibility in a fast food restaurant. 

 

 Last Updated: October 31, 2012

Go Dairy Free Viewer Comments:

Kelly from the Go Dairy Free Facebook Fan Page:Subway is also amazing! They don’t fuss a bit when I tell them my dairy allergy. They get new gloves and a clean knife and one place even sanitized!”

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8 Comments

  1. sue muellerDecember 3, 2012 at 12:55 pmReply

    At Subway we also always ask them to wash the knife and we watch them wash it..and to use the same knife – keeping it on the paper as they make the complete sandwich (then make others) This goes against the way they typically make a sandwich but I am always polite and tell them it is less confusing if they make the dairy free first – completely, then come back and make the others. If it is crowded I will even buy separate and not make others wait while I special order.

  2. ChrisJanuary 4, 2013 at 4:55 amReply

    Italian BMT and Turkey breast and ham does have diary in it. Infact any sub that contains ham appears to contains diary. They must use diary in the ham to make it look bigger or preserve it longer. http://www.subway.co.uk/assets/pdf/Allergy_Guide.pdf

    • Alisa FlemingJanuary 4, 2013 at 7:44 amReplyAuthor

      Hi Chris, thank you for the link to the UK subway information. Our information is for the US subway in particular. It sounds as if processes are different in the UK as most deli meat does not contain milk/dairy in the US. Many contain lactylates, but they are rarely, if ever, dairy-derived in the US.

  3. gina turleyJanuary 14, 2013 at 2:33 pmReply

    How is the tuna dairy free? It’s pre-made with Mayo

  4. gina turleyJanuary 14, 2013 at 2:36 pmReply

    Soybeans and eggs for mayo-just checked, GOD I LOVE SUBWAY

  5. LauraMarch 20, 2013 at 4:06 pmReply

    I thought the italian meats and bologna contained dried milk powder, sodium lactylate, lactic acid, or other dairy derived “natural” flavors and coloring? Does the roast beef contain carmel color?

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