Giant food corporations Subway and Nestlé have worked together to bring a fresh-out-of-the-box new vegan chicken sandwich to clients in Asia.
The Plant-Based Chicken Schnitzel is produced using a soy protein base, under Nestlé’s Harvest Gourmet brand, and comes with a salad choice.
Also from this point until January 2022, Subway Singapore is offering it across “all” its 50 locations.
Subway and Nestlé’s Vegan Sandwich
The meatless chicken choice is accessible at S$7.50 for a six-inch and S$12.50 for a 12-inch, according to VegNews. It marks the debut use of a plant-based chicken protein for Subway Singapore, as indicated by the company.
Also regardless of this, Subway offers a scope of vegan chicken choices all over the planet – dispatching in the UK last year.
The Tastes Like Chicken (TLC) sub appeared in December, intended to copy roast chicken strips.
Also, follows the huge achievement of its honor-winning Meatless Meatball Marinara, tested the previous year.
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Singapore’s Subway stores are the last down the line chain to extend plant-based contributions as demand for vegan meat products supposedly elevates.
For instance, recently Burger King debuted a Plant-Based Whopper highlighting a patty made by The Vegetarian Butcher.
According to Restaurant Business Online Subway recently made another overseas deal to expand the brand in Saudi Arabia. The agreement is said to be the fast-food chain’s third major global contract in recent months.
“Through partnering with companies that have deep regional knowledge and proven success in the industry, such as Alhokair, we are strategically expanding our global footprint around the world,” John Chidsey, Subway’s chief executive officer, said in a statement.