FAST FOOD NEWS: Subway Monterey Chicken Melt with Subway’s New Grilled Chicken Strips

Subway Monterey Chicken Melt

Update: Click here to read out Subway Monterey Chicken Melt review

Subway has new grilled chicken strips, which should not be confused with their old oven roasted chicken. Even though, their oven roasted chicken looks like the unsliced version of these new grilled chicken strips, they are not the same.

Subway’s new grilled chicken strips are white meat chicken that’s been lightly seasoned and grilled. They have no artificial preservatives or flavors and they’re being featured in Subway’s new Monterey Chicken Melt, which is also topped with spinach, tomatoes, cucumbers, red onions, and shredded Monterey cheddar.

A 6-inch with veggies and no sauce on 9-grain wheat bread has 360 calories 80 calories from fat, 8 grams of fat, 4 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat, 65 milligrams of cholesterol, 580 milligrams of sodium, 45 grams of carbohydrates, 5 grams of fiber, 6 grams of sugar, and 28 grams of protein.

Subway’s new grilled chicken strips are also available with their Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki and Chicken & Bacon Ranch Melt.

If you’ve tried Subway’s new grilled chicken strips, let us know what you think of them in the comments.

(Images via Subway’s website.)

10 thoughts to “FAST FOOD NEWS: Subway Monterey Chicken Melt with Subway’s New Grilled Chicken Strips”

  1. So what Subway is saying is that they are finally giving us chicken with no preservatives, and they advertise it like we should be happy??! Thanks Subway for feeding me shit chicken for the last 20 years full of preservatives you pricks. Also thanks for removing the “non harmful” yoga mat ingredient from your bread. WTF are we really this stupid?

    1. I worked at Subway for nearly a year, the only artificial ingredient that i am aware of is the msg, which is why the chicken is so melt in your mount tender, and why it has some 1600mg of sodium in each six inch.

      1. Really. You arent very observant then. Wouldn’t want you working in my restaurant. The chicken alone had 32 ingredients in it. 16 were in the painted on grill marks. I had a subway next to me and had one of there empty boxes. At least 20 ingredients were not natural. It also said “grill marks added” on the box.

  2. I’m eating it right now. I looked it up to see if there were other negative comments. Because the chicken sucks. It has no chicken-like texture and reminds me of gelatin. Just not what I expected or hoped for .

    1. The only thing I really enjoyed is the toasted Asiago bread I usually order with my sandwiches. If anyone liked the chicken, to each his own. (Like the article said, I thought it would be like the grilled chicken)

  3. I got disgusting gristle in my chicken strips and will never eat at Subway again!

  4. I just got subway for the first time in a year to try the “NEW” chicken strips. They are the exact same as the old one. Gross looking, brown spots, grizzly, and all around processed garbage. So basically all they did was remove the artificial preservatives from their disgusting textured chicken meat product. Same product tho. I’ll wait for the next “NEW” chicken to arrive. Hopefully that will be REAL not some processed PATTY junk!!

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