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Subway Singapore launches “upgraded” versions of Italian sub

The options are available starting June 29.

Subway Singapore is launching two upgraded versions of their Italian B.M.T sub, in celebration of the nation’s upcoming 57th National Day.

Aside from the sub’s usual mix of beef pepperoni, beef salami and chicken ham, the B.M.T Double Cheese features additional cheese, whilst the the B.M.T Plus will come with an extra scoop of avocado and an additional bacon strip. 

“Having been the all-time favourite since 1975, the Italian B.M.T™ is a classic Subway icon that has withstood the test of time. Till today, it continues to be a popular choice on our menu in Singapore. At Subway, it matters most to understand the preferences of our local markets so we can enhance our menu accordingly. This not only elevates our guests' experience but allows us to continue offering craveable options to all,” said Samad Mohd Shariff, Country Director, Subway, South East Asia.

Available in as a sub, salad or wrap, the varying B.M.T options will be available at all Subway Singapore restaurants from June 29, and available on delivery platforms GrabFood, FoodPanda and Deliveroo from July 6.

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