Here’s the long list of ingredients in Arby’s new Loaded Italian sandwich.
Red wine vinaigrette.
Toasted Italian roll.
Okay, love isn’t included. But even without love, it’s still a long list.
The Loaded Italian has 630 calories, 36 grams of fat, 12 grams of saturated fat, 0.5 grams of trans fat, 95 milligrams of cholesterol, 2470 milligrams of sodium, 47 grams of carbohydrates, 3 grams of fiber, 5 grams of sugar, 31 grams of protein.
If you’ve tried it, let us know what you think of it in the comments.
(Image via Arby’s website)
16 thoughts to “FAST FOOD NEWS: Arby’s Loaded Italian”
This sounds a lot like a sandwich Arby’s used to have when they had “subs” on the menu.. It was an Italian sub with most of those ingredients (no garlic aioli) and they had other subs as well.. I remember a Chicken Parm one.
A quick googling tells me from 2009.. the Philly Beef, French Dip and Swiss, the Classic Italian and the Turkey Bacon Club.
Also reminds me of the one “Cool Deli” sandwich they did a few years ago, too. Except this looks better. Definitely gonna have to try this out
The “Cool Deli” was, ingredient wise, on of the best sandwiches they have ever had. The problem was the decision to sell it cold. Warmed up, it was fantastic.
2470 milligrams of sodium.
Days+ of sodium.
Health science from 50 years ago is probably less accurate then we would hope. Apparently when you get up around 500 GRAMS of salt a day, you might start having some issues.
Not everyone is salt sensitive. Doctors recommend reducing salt for high blood pressure, but not everybody has high blood pressure and even when they do, it doesn’t always respond to reduced salt although it’s worth a try. If you know you’re having a problem with water retention, it’s also worth reducing salt to see if that helps. But universal restriction is not likely to be needed, within reason. We did develop on a lower salt diet, however, and the salt contents of modern processed foods are intended to keep us wanting more because we’re built to zero in on salty and sweet. Our taste buds seem to get saturated on both, though, because if you cut out extra salt or sugar for just a few days, you are likely to find your normal foods too salty or too sweet. Definitely Arby’s could cut back significantly on the salt without adversely affecting the taste. You can always add salt at the table if you must, so it’s always ok to reduce the salt during preparation.
y would an Italian hoagie have swiss cheese instead of provolone.
Thumbs up I agree 100% you need provolone not Swiss cheese on an Italian sub
It has been changed since this article to have swiss, not provolone.
Heart attack on a bun sodium thru the roof
It’s the classic Italian they had awhile ago. Def not as big as the commercial makes it look. Taste good but far from special. Price for sandwich and two potato cakes with Pepsi $8 glad I got mine for free
I just had one last night, it was alright the only thing i didnt like was that they over did the garlic
It had way too much garlic, I had to drown the sandwich in Arby’s sauce to be able to eat it.
This sandwich is REAL good. The garlic is what made it so delicious! Go buy one!
These are delicious! Get some!
How dies a fast food restaurant expect ti entuce you back if they won’t post their prices online. Sell your Arby’s stock it is sure to decline.
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