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What are some of the bread types Subway offers?

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Some types of bread offered by Subway include nine-grain wheat, nine-grain honey oat, Italian and Italian herbs as of 2015. Subway does have a flatbread option, but it is not baked fresh in the restaurant each day.

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What are some of the bread types Subway offers?
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There are other variations of bread, such as hearty Italian, jalapeño cheese, Monterey cheddar, Parmesan oregano, roasted garlic and rosemary and sea salt, but these varieties are contingent on location. Many people prefer the wheat bread alternatives because they contain at least 24 grams of whole wheat per sandwich. Aside from bread, Subway also has an array of cheese, vegetable and sauce options to allow the customer to customize each sandwich to her liking.

Customers can choose from cucumbers, green bell peppers, lettuce, red onions, spinach and tomatoes, as well as banana peppers, jalapeños, olives and pickles for vegetables. Some local Subway locations have avocado, carrots, guacamole and sweet peppers. For sauces, Subway boasts a myriad of condiments, including Chipotle Southwest sauce, light or regular mayonnaise, ranch, oil, mustard, vinegar and sweet onion sauce. Only specific Subway stores carry Baja, barbecue, blue cheese, buffalo, creamy Italian and golden Italian, as well as honey mustard, red wine vinaigrette, savory Caesar, tzatziki and zesty Italian.

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