Subway Rolls Out 'Vegan Steak' Option Across Finland

The chain is one of many to jump on the vegan bandwagon of late
The sub comes in both 15 and 30cm sizes (Photo: Instagram)

Sandwich chain Subway has debuted a new vegan 'steak' option in Finland.

The 'Vegan Delight' sandwich, which features the soy-based patty, is fully plant-based when paired with vegan toppings.

The patty was trialled during Veganuary - an initiative which encourages people to try a vegan diet during January - and is now a permanent menu item at 24 restaurants nationwide.

Vegan patty

The soy-based patty, which includes red onion, red pepper, green pepper, carrot, spinach, corn, white pepper, pea, green chili, and garlic -  can be topped with a number of vegetables.

Finland's Subway locations also offer a variety of vegan-friendly sauces, and breads, which are also available with the easily veganizable ‘Veggie Delight’ - a vegetable-only sandwich available in countries including Canada, United States, and Korea.

‍The all vegetable 'Veggie Delight' is easily veganizable (Photo: Instagram)

On trend

Subway is just one of many major fast-food chains to add vegan options to its menu in recent years.

It joins major food outlets like McDonald's - which launched its McVegan burger across Finland and Sweden last year - and others including Red Robin, Domino's, and Panera Bread.

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